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ACASS adds two to managed fleet
The PC-12 and the Global XRS are two of several that ACASS has added to its fleet this year and take advantage of the company's globe-spanning air operating certificate options.
The Global XRS is based in Dubai and will transition to charter operations.

Montreal, Canada-based business aviation support services provider ACASS has added a Global XRS and a Pilatus PC-12 to its fleet of managed aircraft.

The 2007, six passenger Pilatus PC-12 has recently been placed on its Transport Canada commercial certificate and is currently available to fly charter. The 2008, 13 passenger Global XRS, based in Dubai, will initially operate privately before transitioning to a commercial operation on the San Marino AOC.

“Expanding our managed aircraft fleet is one of our top priorities and integral to ACASS’s long-term growth plans,” says sales director, aircraft management worldwide Steve Tedeschi. “These aircraft are two of several we have added to our fleet this year and take advantage of our globe-spanning air operating certificate options.”

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