Biggin Hill airport-based Voluxis has added its first Embraer Phenom 300, which is now fully available for charter. In partnership with Dominvs Aviation, the aircraft is based between Biggin Hill, Luton and Farnborough airports, and can be utilised ad hoc without owner approval. Dominvs will be booking some charter on the aircraft for direct clients in its role as broker, but Voluxis will be carrying out the bulk of the charter, overseeing the management of the Phenom and operating it.
Gareth Cadwell, commercial director of Voluxis, says: “We're delighted to launch the Phenom 300, a great example of the newest generation super-light jet, perfectly suited for short to mid-haul travel, connecting city pairs such as London and Athens. With a class-leading, design-led cabin seating up to seven passengers, along with an external baggage hold capable of carrying skis or golf clubs, fully reclining seats and an enclosed bathroom with sink, the Phenom 300 offers a great balance of style, practicality and value.”
Chris Mace, CEO of Dominvs Aviation says; “We are delighted to work with Voluxis, one of our chosen industry partners in the operation and charter of this Phenom 300 aircraft. We choose our operating partners carefully, working closely to ensure the highest level of safety alongside maximising the commerciality of the aircraft.”
The Phenom 300 joins the established Voluxis fleet of Hawker 750 900XP, Global Express XRS and Falcon 900 types. In addition to private jet charter, Voluxis also offers aircraft management, maintenance and operator solutions, including AOC, Part NCC and charter sales and marketing capability.
Dominvs Aviation has a mixed fleet of private jets under its management assigned to operating partners and provides fixed-rate hourly use for direct clients, alongside its operating partners' on-demand charter solutions.