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ABS Jets acquires 60XR to take managed fleet to six
ABS Jets of Prague is to acquire its first Learjet 60XR under management. It expects to take delivery in July of next year.

ABS Jets of Prague is to acquire its first Learjet 60XR under management. It expects to take delivery in July of next year.

Marian Jancarik, managing director, ABS Jets, told EBAN: "This Learjet 60XR is the sixth aircraft in management and our first from Bombardier. Business is growing with demand from the Middle East, Russia and western Europe.

"We are confident that our clientele will be impressed by the new level of style, comfort and functionality in the Learjet 60 XR aircraft's spacious stand-up cabin. We look forward to offering it for charter throughout Europe," he adds.

ABS Jets has its main base at Ruzyn International Airport, Prague.

Established in June 2004, ABS has a fleet that includes an Embraer ERJ-135 Legacy. A second Legacy has arrived and a third Legacy will be delivered on February 2007. The fleet also has two Citation Bravos

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