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Charter-ready Gulfstream GIVSP arrives at Journey
Journey Aviation has managed to increase its business against the odds over the last 12 months, with CEO Fabian Bello crediting the team with this achievement. The latest jet to join is a Gulfstream GIV-SP.
The Gulfstream GIV-SP has a range of up to 5,200 nm.

Boca Raton-headquartered Journey Aviation has added a Gulfstream GIV-SP heavy jet with a 5,200 nm range to its fleet. The aircraft offers some 2021 interior upgrades in a 13 passenger executive configuration with light cream coloured leather seating. The layout includes a forward four-place seating area, mid cabin two-place seating area opposite a three-place divan and an aft four-place conference group opposite a credenza. The jet is equipped with an aft galley, warming oven, display monitors and Airshow.

“Even with most of our operations teams primarily working remotely since March of 2020, we have not only been able to effectively manage the day-to-day operations, but also increase business from all facets. Our continued success and company growth is directly attributed to our highly dedicated team of aviation professionals in administration management, flight operations, safety, maintenance and crews. Even during unprecedented times, the team never ceases to amaze me,” CEO Fabian Bello shares.

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