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EMEA fleet growth boosts Jet Aviation
A brand new Gulfstream G550 is set to provide long range travel options as part of the Switzerland-based charter and management fleet of Jet Aviation.
Jet Aviation's new G550 is based in Switzerland.

Jet Aviation has added a brand new Gulfstream G550 to its aircraft management and charter fleet in the EMEA region. The G550 is based in Switzerland and is available for worldwide charter operations. It has already been added to the company's AOC.

Accommodating up to 12 passengers and a regular crew of three, the non-smoking business jet is ideal for flights between Switzerland and destinations such as Singapore, Tokyo, Johannesburg, Los Angeles and Sao Paulo.

“We are delighted to expand our charter options for customers seeking long-range charter capacity,” says VP sales flight services, EMEA and Asia Claudio Peer. “The G550 is a perfect choice for small groups or corporate travellers who wish to remain productive while travelling long distances.”

VP flight services EMEA and Asia Norbert Ehrich adds: “We strive to anticipate the varied needs of our global charter clients, so we can offer the comfort and convenience they seek and thereby ensure a positive customer experience.”

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