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Comlux Orders Two Global 7000 Jets

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An affiliate of Comlux The Aviation Group has signed a firm order for two Global 7000 jets. The successful charter operators growing fleet of large cabin Bombardier business aircraft currently includes 12 Challenger and Global jets.

Comlux has gained its reputation in the worldwide business aviation market, operating the widest range of wide-cabin and long-haul VIP aircraft, said Richard Gaona, President, Comlux. After seven years of successful VIP charter and aircraft management operations, we have a solid experience with the Global aircraft family. With its increased cabin space, the Global 7000 aircraft fills the gap between the ultra long-range jet segment and that of VIP airliners. It is exactly what Comlux needs to offer The Complete Luxury Aviation Service to its customers.

Comluxs expanding fleet features Challenger 605, Challenger 850, Global 5000 and Global Express XRS jets. The Global 7000 aircraft complement its existing VIP widebody fleet and contribute to the companys strategic development plan to become the leading wide-cabin and long-haul VIP charter and aircraft management provider in Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East.

Beyond charter operations, Comlux offers a comprehensive set of services to VIP customers, including aircraft management, sales and acquisitions, cabin design and completion, as well as maintenance and engineering services.

Featuring a spacious four-zone cabin, Global 7000 aircraft  has a volume of 2,637 cu. ft. (74.67 cu. m.) and a high-speed cruise of M 0.90 and a range of 7,300 nm (13,520 km) at M 0.85. It will fly London-Singapore, New York-Dubai or Beijing-Washington non-stop with 10 passengers. Entry into service is scheduled for 2016.

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