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Sun Air Jets welcomes long range additions
Sun Air has added a Global 7500 and a Gulfstream G650ER to its managed fleet. Both are straight off the production line.

Sun Air Jets has added two factory-new, long-range aircraft to its managed fleet; a Bombardier Global 7500 and a Gulfstream G650ER.

The G650ER brings a host of advantages, combining performance, comfort and sustainability for long range travel needs.

The Global 7500 is truly second to none with its 7,700nm range and generous seating. The sophistication of this jet, along with its extensive capacity and extended range, will also allow for non-stop long-distance travel to some exciting destinations.

“Our commitment to personalised, owner-first service is what continues to drive our growth,” says Brian Counsil, president and CEO. “We are proud to continue expanding our reach of both locally and remote managed aircraft, while never losing sight of our mission of delivering focused, hands on service that really sets us apart when it comes to private jet management.”

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