Ten aircraft have already joined Luxaviation global fleet in 2020

21.07.2020

The Luxaviation Group is announcing the addition of ten aircraft to its global fleet since the start of 2020, including the world’s first delivery of Bombardier’s newest long-range jet, the Global 5500, earlier this month. Patrick Hansen, CEO, Luxaviation Group, says: “We have seen a significant increase in newcomers to the industry – for charter and for aircraft purchases. This is a bright spot for global operators such as Luxaviation. We’re confident that the controlled, safe cabin experience, coupled with charter’s flexible, on-demand model, will convince many first-time users of the value of private jets as a tool for leisure and business travel, ultimately growing our customer base across the globe.”

The ten new aircraft will enable Luxaviation to match any development in charter demand, particularly in Europe where the industry is starting to see an uptick in activity following the launch of travel corridors across the region. While business aviation traffic remains depressed compared to 2019 levels, requests from first-time business jet users have risen due to the health concerns associated with commercial travel, as well as a limited choice of routes and frequencies from airlines. Seven of the aircraft, including the Global 5500, will be based in Europe, with models comprising two Gulfstream G550s; a Pilatus PC-24 super-versatile light jet; a Dassault Falcon 7X; a Bombardier Global 5000; and an Embraer Legacy 650. All the aircraft apart from one G550 will be available for charter. In addition, ExecuJet Africa, part of the Luxaviation Group, has added two new aircraft this year to its fleet, a Gulfstream GIV and a Cessna 560 Citation V, both available for charter. ExecuJet Asia Pacific has also added a Cessna Citation 650 to its fleet, which boasts a new interior and will be available for charter from its home base in Sydney.
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