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DC adds 7X and is recognised by EBAA for safety
Aircraft management clients of DC Aviation now have access to a mobile app to monitor their aircraft's maintenance.
Read this story in our June 2018 printed issue.

Stuttgart-headquartered DC Aviation Group has added a Falcon 7X to its managed fleet that is immediately available for charter. The jet can accommodate up to 12 passengers in a cabin with a 1.88m standing height and is able to fly non-stop between Paris and Tokyo or London and Johannesburg.

CEO Michael Kuhn states: "Our service profile continues to attract owners looking to benefit from our many years of experience. We are happy that we were able to add the Falcon 7X to our managed fleet and are confident that we can provide its owner and charter passengers with comfort and reliability." The company's fleet now includes 17 long range jets as well as several short and medium range types.

DC Aviation has also received the Diamond Award of Merit from EBAA for completing over 100,000 flight hours without a reportable occurrence. "Our constant quest for maximum safety is at the heart of everything we do," Kuhn continues. "It is the core of our philosophy."

The company has also developed a fleet information tool mobile app for its management clients, who can access current aircraft data worldwide, including maintenance events.

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