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Versatile PC-24 joins Gama fleet in Jersey
Gama anticipates much charter interest in its 2022 Pilatus PC-24. The aircraft becomes part of its managed fleet on Jersey in the Channel Islands, and is available immediately for trips to the UK and around Europe.
The charter PC-24 is based on Jersey.
Read this story in our September 2022 printed issue.

Gama Aviation has taken delivery of a 2022 Pilatus PC-24 as part of its managed fleet. This aircraft is located on Jersey in the Channel Islands and is available immediately for any charter mission.

The company is expecting significant interest in this PC-24, not only as a brand new aircraft with a six passenger layout and a club four set-up, but with its wider luggage access Gama believes it really will be of interest to the charter market. With a flight time of only 40 minutes from London to Jersey and two hours 10 minutes from London to Mallorca, it envisages demand will be strong for UK and wider European flights.

Regional director Tim Pedley says: "I am delighted to welcome the Pilatus PC-24 to our Jersey based fleet. It is the world's first Super Versatile Jet, and we are very impressed by the mix of cabin size and performance that it offers. Our charter team is excited by what this will offer both to existing and new clients."

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