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DC Aviation ready to further expand fleet
Germany's DC Aviation says it is negotiating with numerous owners to integrate their jets in its aircraft management division.

Germany's DC Aviation says it is negotiating with numerous owners to integrate their jets in its aircraft management division.

"We are very confident that we will finalise a number of contracts this year," says ceo Steffen Fries. "Many of our jet owners already offer available flight capacity to the market. This currently enables us to offer 20 aircraft in our executive charter segment, ranging from the Citation XLS to the Gulfstream 550 and the vvip A319."

The company is also expanding its charter fleet. Fries says: "We are extremely proud to be one of the first European charter providers to welcome two Legacy 650s into our fleet. They will expand our long haul capability. The new Legacy 650s will enable us to offer comfortable, non-stop flights on business routes such as London-Dubai or Dubai-Singapore." DC Aviation operates more than 30 jets with ACJs to be delivered by this spring.

Other planned additions include a Global XRS and a G550.

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