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Voluxis brings Geneva-based 7X on fleet
UK operator Voluxis' new Falcon 7X is fully available for charter and certified to operate worldwide. It can fly up to 12 passengers from London to LA or Paris to Tokyo.
The Voluxis 7X will be based in Geneva.

UK-headquartered operator Voluxis has added a Dassault Falcon 7X to its charter fleet. The aircraft is based in Geneva and operated worldwide by its German partner DC Aviation. It is under private ownership with no owner release required.

Charter sales manager Gareth Cadwell says: “We're delighted to launch the Falcon 7X for charter. The aircraft offers maximum comfort for up to 12 passengers, sleeping five fully flat, and is wi-fi equipped and pet-friendly. With an excellent nonstop range of 5,950 nm and over 12 hours' endurance, it's the perfect aircraft for city pairings such as London to Los Angeles or Paris to Tokyo. Plus, the aircraft will offer even more flexibility to our broker clients going forward with its first-class dispatch reliability and capacity to land at smaller airports.”

The Falcon 7X joins the growing Voluxis fleet of Hawker 800XPi, 800XP and 800B aircraft in addition to a Bombardier Global Express XRS based in Farnborough. As well as private charter, Voluxis offers specialist aviation services such as aircraft management and aircraft sales and marketing. It has offices in London and Dubai.

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