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Executive Fliteways adds Falcon 50EX and Gulfstream V
The Falcon 50EX suits up to eight passengers for intercontinental travel, while the Gulfstream V offers ultra long range capability and superior comfort.
The Falcon 50EX offers superior climb performance.

Executive Fliteways, headquartered at New York’s MacArthur airport, has added a newly redesigned Falcon 50EX and another Gulfstream V to its fleet.

“We are excited to welcome the Falcon 50EX and Gulfstream V,” says vice president Keith Ruggirello. “The Falcon 50EX is celebrated for its enhanced range and superior climb performance. Accommodating up to eight passengers, it offers seamless intercontinental travel with advanced engines and the latest avionics, making it an ideal choice for business and VIP transportation.”

The Gulfstream V offers ultra long range capability and superior comfort. The spacious cabin is partitioned into three zones, providing privacy and comfort for all passengers. Features include luxurious leather seating, large windows, a full-sized galley, fold-out worktables and separate lavatories for guests and crew.

These fleet additions follow Executive Fliteways’ acquisition of Excelaire’s charter and management operation last year, a strategic move that expanded the company’s fleet to over 20 jets. This growth, under the leadership of president James Prinzivalli, who successfully guided the company through the challenges of the COVID pandemic, underscores Executive Fliteways’ commitment to enhancing its services and improving the customer experience.

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