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Four more large cabin jets for OJets
OJets is only seven months old, but its all-Bombardier fleet is already seven-strong. Three more G6000s and a Global 5000 are joining, and charter will be arranged through OJets under Elit'Avia's Malta AOC.
OJets' Global 6000 drew plenty of stares at ABACE.

Singapore's OJets has added four Bombardier Globals, taking the company’s fleet from an initial two aircraft to seven since its launch in April this year. Three more G6000s and a Global 5000 are joining, and charter will be arranged through OJets under Elit'Avia's Malta AOC.

“We are delighted with our growth,” says chairman Phil Mulacek. “We have a strong financial position, and this allows us to continue to grow our fleet of state-of-the-art aircraft, delivering the pinnacle of aviation experience to our elite clientele.”

By adding the three 6000s and one 5000, OJets’ fleet now includes five Global 6000s, one Global 5000 and one Challenger 650.

The company's floating fleet business model offers value by permitting point to point pricing, enabling travellers to enjoy more flexible usage with one-way charters worldwide, including trans-Pacific. Each of its aircraft have fast wi-fi connectivity, dedicated workspaces and sleeping configurations.

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