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ExecuJet Europe welcomes four further jets
ExecuJet is basing a 12-seat Challenger 605 on the Isle of Man, while a Phenom 300, Legacy 600 and a Global 6000 will reside in Switzerland. More than 160 jets are now on the company's roster.
Vice president of ExecuJet Europe Niclas von Planta.
Read this story in our December 2018 printed issue.

ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, is celebrating a strong conclusion to 2018 with the signing of four new aircraft in Europe.

The operator is managing a Challenger 605 and a Phenom 300, both available for full charter services. It has also signed a Legacy 600 and a Global 6000, both of which will be privately managed on the owners' behalf.

These aircraft will be based in Zurich, Switzerland, with the exception of the 12-seat Challenger 605, which will be positioned on the Isle of Man.

“We are thrilled to be signing off 2018 with four fleet additions in Europe," states VP Niclas von Planta. "We are committed to providing our customers and clients with the very best service, and part of this stems from ensuring they have a wealth of aircraft available to charter. We look forward to welcoming our clients onto these newly-acquired aircraft and will continue to seek similar fleet additions in the months ahead.”

ExecuJet manages more than 160 business jets worldwide, across the six regions of Africa, Asia Pacific, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.

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