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G650ER serves worldwide demand for Elite Air
As part of a fleet growth strategy that reflects increasing demand, Elite Air has purchased a brand new Gulfstream G650ER.
President AJ Becker and director of maintenance Bryce Seaman take delivery of the brand new Gulfstream G650ER.

Florida-headquartered Elite Air has added a brand new G650ER to its fleet.

President AJ Becker says: "It is capable of circumnavigating the Earth with just one stop and it has achieved more than 120 world speed records. The G650ER is an exciting addition to Elite Air’s growing large cabin fleet."

The aircraft will be based in Florida and will support worldwide charter operations.

Becker adds: "We have already had several heavy jet additions to our fleet, and have a couple more lined up before the end of the year. While the G650ER is not certified to fly charters for us yet, feedback from current customers suggests that they are excited by the opportunity to charter a brand new G650ER."

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