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Jet Aviation expands fleet on all fronts
Jet Aviation has been adding managed aircraft across the world in 2018. Many are available for charter, and in addition to the 14 jets it has inducted in the US, the company has also taken on a Sikorsky S-76D.
A charter-ready Global 6000 is one of the aircraft that Jet Aviation has added to its US managed fleet this year.
Read this story in our November 2018 printed issue.

Jet Aviation has grown its global managed fleet by 28 aircraft this year, including 15 in the US and 13 in the EMEA and Asia regions. Of the US additions, eight are available for charter comprising a Gulfstream G650ER and GV, a Falcon 2000 and 900, a Global 6000, a Challenger 300, a Citation X and a Sikorsky S-76D helicopter.

VP and general manager of US flight services Don Haloburdo states: “Aircraft owners and operators know they can rely on the full scope of aviation products at Jet Aviation, especially with safety and exemplary customer service as our top priorities."

Three of the 13 new aircraft additions to the EMEA and Asia management fleet are based in Europe, eight in the Middle East and Africa and two in Asia. Jet Aviation operates its global fleet out of nine operations located in Burbank, CA; Chicago, IL; Teterboro, NJ; Valletta, Malta; Cologne, Germany; Zurich, Switzerland; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Hong Kong; and Singapore.

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