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Luxaviation heads to Avalon with a spring in its step
Luxaviation says it has bounced back from the pandemic, with record charter hours and FBO movements in the APAC region last year. It has added a Falcon and Globals in Australia, and will soon add an 8X in Singapore.
Two Global 6000s have been added to the Luxaviation fleet in Australia of late.
Read this story in our March 2023 printed issue.

Luxaviation celebrated its fleet expansion in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region as the company headed to the Avalon 2023 Australian International Airshow.

APAC VP Darren McGoldrick says: “We're excited to be attending Avalon 2023 when our business is growing so strongly in the APAC region. Our fleet has expanded in recent months, and we have further deliveries in the pipeline. We added a Dassault Falcon 2000LX to our Australian charter fleet and we have just added two Bombardier Global 6000 aircraft since December 2022, one of which will be available for charter.

“Across Asia our managed fleet is expanding also. We’ve added a Dassault Falcon 7X and are in the process of delivering a Dassault Falcon 8X to our Malaysian fleet. In Singapore we have added a Hawker 900XP and a Global 6000 in the last two months.”

Luxaviation says it has bounced back from the pandemic, with record charter hours and FBO movements in the APAC region in 2022.

McGoldrick continues: “The most pleasing aspect of the recovery has been the number of first-time passengers we have welcomed to fly in our aircraft, many of whom rapidly became repeat customers. Clients are increasingly moving away from airlines as they clearly see the benefits of business aviation, from the time savings and privacy to the security and flexibility of travel.”

CEO Patrick Hansen concludes: “After a successful 2022, Luxaviation Group is optimistic about the year ahead. We look forward to welcoming returning business and making the most of new opportunities, particularly as post-pandemic industry recovery accelerates across the region.”

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