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Falcon 2000LXS will help DC meet long range demand
The fleet of the DC Aviation Group now comprises seven ultra-long-range and twelve long-range jets as well as seven medium-range jets and two helicopters. The Falcon 2000LXS flies transatlantic routes with ease.
Guests will appreciate the large luxury leather seats.
Read this story in our August 2021 printed issue.

DC Aviation, headquartered at Stuttgart airport in Germany, has added a Falcon 2000LXS to its fleet. The aircraft was purchased by DC to meet increased charter demand.

The Falcon 2000LXS is a long range aircraft known for its efficiency and the ability to access short and challenging runways. Its range of 4,000 nm makes it possible to fly non-stop from Berlin to New York or from London to Dubai. Its quiet cabin, with a standing height of 1.88 m, offers comfort for up to 10 passengers. For night time flights, the luxury leather seats can be transformed into two single beds and one double bed. The Falcon 2000LXS is equipped with the latest entertainment and communication systems and features large 22 inch monitors, blue in-seat monitors, blue ray, air show, satcom telephones, the Falcon cabin HD+ management system and internet SBB.

DC Aviation Group CEO Michael Kuhn says: “With the purchase of the Falcon 2000LXS we have directly responded to the increased charter demand that has been observed over the last few months. We are very happy that with the Falcon 2000LXS we have an aircraft fully available for charter that combines high performance and reliability with maximum comfort for the passengers.”

The diversified fleet of the DC Aviation Group now comprises seven ultra-long-range and twelve long-range jets as well as seven medium-range jets and two helicopters.

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