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Three more high spec aircraft arrive at ASL
ASL has added a Global 6500, a Falcon 900EX and a Citation XLS to its fleet, bringing its XLS fleet to seven. All three will be flying around Europe and beyond. The Global 6500 has impressive 6,600 nm range up its sleeve.
The Falcon 900EX is a sight to behold.
Read this story in our May 2023 printed issue.

Benelux operator ASL Group is celebrating further fleet expansion, having recently welcomed three new business jets to its fleet. These newcomers illustrate the company’s continuous growth since it started operations in 1997. It continues to invest in the future and expects further opportunities to arise this year.

“After a successful 2022, we are optimistic about the year ahead. We are excited to have welcomed the largest private jet registered in the Benelux, a Bombardier Global 6500,” says CEO Philippe Bodson.

With its open living spaces, refined interior design, comfort and intercontinental range, the Global 6500 is the most luxurious aircraft in ASL’s fleet. Accommodating up to 13 passengers, it has a cruise speed of 600 kts and a range of up to 6,600 nm.

A Falcon 900EX has also been added to the fleet, offering a high class cabin with excellent onboard service. With seating for up to 14 passengers, it has a cruise speed of 465 kts and a range up to 4,200 nm.

Another Cessna Citation XLS has arrived too, bringing the total number of this type in the ASL fleet to seven. The XLS offers opportunities for European-wide charter flights. Accommodating up to eight passengers, it has a cruise speed of 440 kts and a range of up to 1,700 nm.

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