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ExecuJet Europe Adds Wide-Bodied Aircraft to Fleet

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 2 February 2010

The ExecuJet Aviation Group has bolstered its European fleet with the addition of seven new aircraft. Over the past few months the company has added a Challenger 300, Challenger 850, two Global Express, one Global 5000, one Falcon 2000 and a Gulfstream 100. These aircraft are based in London, Moscow, Kiev, and Nice. With more Global Express, Gulfstream and Falcons also in the pipeline for arrival in the next weeks this takes ExecuJet Europes management fleet to over 50 aircraft.

Jean-Louis Cehovic, ExecuJets Europe newly appointed Director Aircraft Management Sales, said that business jet owners are increasingly looking to earn revenue from their aircraft and are offering their jets for more third party charter flying this year. ExecuJet is also seeing more of their clients commit to full management packages, enabling them to benefit from the organisations buying power in terms of fuel, insurance, maintenance, crew training and other economies of scale.

At ExecuJet we have developed a unique aircraft management package that makes the switching of operator a seamless process. As most of the new customers we gain have been with previous operators it is important to keep the aircraft flying while we perform all the work required to get the aircraft under a new AOC and maintain the maintenance supervision continuity, Cehovic said. Tougher EU regulations are definitely driving the number of aircraft being placed under management issues such as the new rules on emissions trading - daunting for individual owners - are influencing them to partner with an expert organisation that is au fait with all the work that needs to be done.

ExecuJet Europes ability to offer a client the choice of four AOCs British, Danish, German and Swiss, is attractive, Cehovic added. They can choose which AOC to fly on, but we always recommend obtaining independent tax advice before making the final selection.

ExecuJet Europe also meets the mandatory new OTAR (Overseas Territory Aviation Requirements) applicable to all business jets and turboprops registered in Bermuda which came into force on 1 November last year. It is also IS-BAO certified.

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