ExecuJet adds Bombardier Challenger 601 to its fleet

ExecuJet Middle East ramps up operations by adding a fourth jet to its charter service

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By  Laura Barnes Published  April 20, 2005

ExecuJet Middle East has added a Bombardier Challenger 601 to its charter fleet, increasing its Middle East operations to four aircraft, including a Bombardier Global Express, Bombardier Learjet 60 and a Pilatus PC-12. The aircraft, which will be based in Dubai, will mainly operate to Europe and across the Middle East region and with a range of more than 5800 km, it can fly from Jeddah to Paris or Dubai to Moscow. “The Challenger aircraft is extremely popular with customers in the Middle East and this aircraft will compliment our existing fleet very well. Not only does it have the capability for long-haul flights but it also offers quick side trips to nearby destinations,” said Amy Heather, charter sales manager, ExecuJet Middle East. “The aircraft is also extremely flexible, being able to land at demanding airfields and in hot and high conditions. Because of this the Challenger easily meets customer requirements for heightened levels of flexibility without sacrificing luxury or convenience,” she added. ExecuJet, which has seven bases across the globe, including Denmark, South Africa, Australia and its headquarters in Switzerland, offers a range of aircraft solutions including aircraft sales and finance, air chartering, aircraft management and aviation consulting and maintenance, with the Middle East office mainly focused on air chartering services. “The Middle East has firmly established itself as a global centre for private aviation excellence, and ExecuJet is uniquely positioned to serve the needs of the region’s increasingly discerning customers,” Heather added.

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