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Expanding VistaJet highlights popular route
VistaJet, which is putting seven more aircraft into operation this year taking its operational fleet to 30, reports that its most popular route is Moscow-Dubai.

VistaJet, which is putting seven more aircraft into operation this year taking its operational fleet to 30, reports that its most popular route is Moscow-Dubai. "There are six flights a day passing through Moscow alone," says chairman Thomas Flohr.

The Swiss company plans to operate a fleet of more than 100 jets by 2012 based on the Challenger 605 and 850, Learjet 60XR and 85 and Global XRS.

Flohr says: "Our service area consists of Europe, the Middle East and Asia, following the 'old silk road'. Customers can now fly within, or between any regions in this area, with no positioning costs. We will continue to focus growth and development in our key markets: the Middle East, Europe and Asia. We are also considering a launch in India within 18 months. We will continue to focus on growth and development in our key markets: the Middle East, Europe and Asia."

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