Comlux has increased its managed fleet to 19 jets with the addition of an Airbus ACJ318. The aircraft is based in the Middle East and will be operated by a European crew entirely for the private use of its undisclosed owner.
According to the group’s president and CEO, Richard Gaona, Comlux’s approval to operate under ETOPS 180 extended-range-over-water rules and conduct Cat IIIB approaches has been a key differentiator from rival management companies. For Airbus aircraft alone, the company has logged more than 12,000 flight hours over the past six years.
In addition to the ACJ318, the Comlux fleet today includes the following types: a Boeing 767, an ACJ321, an ACJ320, three ACJ319s, a Bombardier Global 6000, a Global XRS, two Global 5000s, two Challenger 605s, a Challenger 604, a Challenger 850, a Dassault Falcon 900LX, two Embraer Legacy 650s and a Hawker 900XP.