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Triple Alpha plans to add second managed Challenger 300
Dusseldorf-based Triple Alpha, a member of Ocean Sky Aviation Group, expects to add another Challenger 300 to its managed fleet before the end of the year.

Dusseldorf-based Triple Alpha, a member of Ocean Sky Aviation Group, expects to add another Challenger 300 to its managed fleet before the end of the year.

The company's Hans Pfeiffer says that the aircraft is popular with charter clients because of its excellent range and spacious cabin. "The addition of a second Challenger will give us good options. The current Challenger, which we operate with an attendant, can take nine but we find that it is usually commissioned for four or five passengers."

Pfeiffer says the Challenger 300 is equally popular with families going on holiday and businessmen. "We are catering to a demand from Russia, where clients especially like larger aircraft for their holidays, and for those who like comfort to work in when carrying out corporate assignments," he adds.

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