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Fleet growth imminent for European operator
A Hawker 4000, a Citation XLS+ and a CitationJet are to be added to ASL's Belgian AOC, and a Citation X joins the JetNetherlands Dutch AOC, in a move that the company says confirms its position as a leading operator.
One of four additions to the ASL-JetNetherlands fleet.
Read this story in our May 2019 printed issue.

Belgium and Netherlands-based ASL-JetNetherlands is in the process of adding four new aircraft to its charter fleet. All four will be managed and operated on behalf of their respective owners, and will also be offered to the charter market for commercial and charter operations.

A Hawker 4000 is being added onto the ASL's Belgian AOC. It will be based in Antwerp and will be operated from May 2019. This super mid-size jet offers a maximum range of 3,100 nm and features one of the largest cabins in its class. It can carry up to eight passengers in a dual club seating configuration, has a large wet galley at the front of the cabin and a fully enclosed lavatory at the back of the aircraft.

A Citation X will be joining the JetNetherlands Dutch AOC by May-June 2019 and will be based in Kortrijk-Wevelgem, in Belgium. This will be the second Citation X to join the ASL-JetNetherlands fleet. It is currently the fastest civilian aircraft certified in the world, with a maximum cruise speed of Mach .93, and carries up to nine passengers in a spacious stand-up cabin.

A Citation XLS+ and a CitationJet are also joining the Belgian AOC at Rotterdam-the Hague for charter and private owner management and flights. The XLS+ will be available from May 2019 and the CitationJet slightly later. The XLS+ seats up to nine passengers and has a range of up to 1900 nm. The five-passenger CitationJet offers a combination of range, performance and efficiency connecting European getaways.

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