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Execujet adds Hawker 850XP and Challenger 850 to its Russian fleet
ExecuJet, with aocs in Switzerland and Scandinavia, is adding a Hawker 850XP and a Challenger 850 to its managed fleet. It takes the number of aircraft it is primarily operating to and from the Russian region from two aircraft in 2003 to 11. It will add a Global 5000 before the year's end.

ExecuJet, with aocs in Switzerland and Scandinavia, is adding a Hawker 850XP and a Challenger 850 to its managed fleet.

It takes the number of aircraft it is primarily operating to and from the Russian region from two aircraft in 2003 to 11. It will add a Global 5000 before the year's end.

Peter Hartmann, gm, ExecuJet Switzerland, says: "The owners will be using it for business flights and will be flying from all over the world into any of Moscow's airports including Vnukovo, where the new FBO building has just been opened. The aircraft will also be available on the market for charter flights.

"It is very difficult and time consuming to do business using the scheduled airlines in Russia because they may not go to where you want to go, when you want to go."

A Challenger 604 and a Learjet 60 are expected to be added to its fleet in Spring of 2007, boosting Execujet long haul capacity

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