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Spain's Executive Airlines has brought a Global Express into service taking its fleet to 21 aircraft as it pursues expansion plans (see EBAN July 2008). The company, which is focused on the long and ultra long range segment, has also ordered four more jets for delivery within two years.
Executive Airlines says it selected the Global Express because it has a cabin of "unprecedented comfort" and an interior configuration that enables 12 passenger seats to be arranged in club, conference and divan divisions including two individual seats.
"Close to the pilots' cabin, the crew has its own toilet and its own rest cabin," it adds. "The Global Express can easily cover destinations such as Madrid-Hong Kong or Madrid-Buenos Aires and offers state-of- the-art communications, enabling passengers to enjoy their flight time either relaxing or holding business meetings with complete privacy."