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GIV-SP addition brings holiday travel resource to Journey fleet
With this addition to the heavy jet category, the company now has a fleet of 22 aircraft of which 16 are heavy jets. It is well placed to meet growing demand for domestic and international flights.
The newest GIV-SP heavy jet fleet addition will support increasing demand.

Boca Raton, Florida-based operator and management company Journey Aviation continues to grow its charter fleet with a Gulfstream GIV-SP. This addition brings the company fleet to 22 aircraft, of which 16 are heavy jets, all available for domestic and international flights.

The Gulfstream GIV-SP is the ideal intercontinental jet with its sleek interior and long range performance making it well suited to business or leisure travel. The aircraft offers a spacious floor plan with a 13 passenger executive configuration. The layout includes a forward four place seating area, a mid-cabin three place divan opposite a dual seating area and an aft four place conference group opposite a credenza. The aircraft is fully equipped with domestic wi-fi, aft galley, microwave, oven, monitors and Airshow.

Chief executive officer Fabian Bello says: “We are pleased to announce the newest Gulfstream GIV-SP heavy jet fleet addition to support the increasing demand the market has been bearing for private travel year to date. We look forward to continuing to elevate expectations by offering premium, personalised service on every flight and increasing availability by growing our fleet.” He added that several more aircraft were expected to join the charter fleet before year end.

The Journey fleet comprises Gulfstream G550, GV, GIV-SP and GIV, Falcon 2000, Challenger 300, Embraer Praetor 600, Hawker and Learjet models. The company holds high industry standard ARGUS Platinum and IS-BAO Stage II safety certifications, is Wyvern registered and a member of the Air Charter Safety Foundation.

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