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French jet operator opens in Beverly Hills
France-based iXAir Business Jets is to open a new office in California. The company is hoping to improve its offering to and from the US for both its European and American clientele.
iXAir president Alain Bernigaud.

France-based Ixair Business Jets is opening its first overseas office in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, led by sales and business development executive Robin Chavegrand. The company already has three bases in Paris, Lyon and Cannes, and this fourth location will be served from Europe with a 14-seat Bombardier Global Express XRS.

iXAir was founded in 2000 and its fleet comprises a Cessna Mustang, a CJ2+, a Lattitude, a Phenom 300 and a Global Express. President Alain Bernigaud says: “After successful development in France we are very proud to start our conquest of new markets. We want to strengthen existing partnerships and create new ones.”

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