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Comlux to manage lessor's Lineage
Fly Comlux has been selected by leasing company Global Jet Capital to manage a Lineage 1000. The aircraft will be based at London Stansted airport and will be available exclusively for ad hoc charter.
Read this story in our November 2017 printed issue.

Fly Comlux has been selected by leasing company Global Jet Capital to manage a Lineage 1000. The aircraft will be based at London Stansted airport and will be available exclusively for ad hoc charter.

Certified for 19 passengers, the Lineage comfortably sleeps up to 11. It features a spacious welcome lounge with a forward galley and separate seating zones for groups, and offers a master bedroom and bathroom at the rear. A new paint scheme has also been applied.

Fly Comlux CEO Andrea Zanetto says: “The large jet fits perfectly into our fleet. We have accumulated a lot of experience in managing ultra large cabin VIP aircraft and our knowledge of this market is an asset.

“The goal is to continue this partnership in the future with other aircraft that are in the Global Jet Capital portfolio.”

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