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Eight more jets join Gama's US managed fleet
Newcomers to Gama Aviation Signature's charter fleet feature amenities such as wi-fi and Airshow, and are outfitted with seating for eight to 15 passengers. It now offers more than 200 aircraft in the United States.

Gama Aviation Signature has announced the expansion of its managed fleet with the addition of eight aircraft: five large cabin and three midsize/super midsize jets. The new aircraft that have been integrated into the fleet include a Hawker 900XP, a Citation Sovereign and Citation X, a Falcon 7X, a Challenger 300 and 601, a Gulfstream 450 and a Global 6000.

Gama Aviation Signature offers a managed fleet of over 200 aircraft in the United States, supporting a variety of capabilities to ensure all client needs are satisfied. Additionally, the Hawker 900XP, Citation Sovereign, Falcon 7X and Gulfstream 450 have been incorporated into the operator's charter fleet.

These charter aircraft feature amenities such as wi-fi and Airshow, and are outfitted with seating for eight to 15 passengers. The Citation Sovereign and Falcon 7X, ready for immediate charter, are based in the New York metropolitan and Chicago area respectively. The Hawker 900XP and Gulfstream 450 will also be based in the northeast and will be ready for charter in December.

Senior VP of aircraft management KC Ihlefeld comments: “Our expertise, infrastructure and high-touch style of aircraft management is something we take great pride in. These aircraft are perfect additions to our nationwide fleet of heavy, midsized and light jets, and will further enhance our success in delivering the personalised service all of our clients expect and deserve. We also anticipate the new charter additions to be high in demand as well as support and contribute to our expanding international and coast-to-coast charter operations.”

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