Interjet Modernizes Fleet, Plans Jet Card

Aviation International News » September 2005
October 2, 2006, 5:26 AM

Greek operator Interjet has replaced its Falcon 2000 with a brand-new Falcon 2000EX EASy. It has also added a new Citation CJ2 to its fleet as part of its policy of replacing aircraft after seven years of service. The company already operates a pair of Citation Excels and an Ultra, as well as five twin-engine rotorcraft (three AS 355N TwinStars, an AS 355F2 TwinStar and a BO 105). It is now laying plans to introduce a fixed-price jet card charter program.

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