U.S. charter, sales and management company Prime Jet is the latest member of AirClub, a corporate jet alliance launched in October 2012 to bring together a number of like-minded business aviation companies. Sharing the principles of offering the highest quality services with the highest levels of safety, AirClub members also operate a pooled charter service to maximize utilization across their combined fleet, and they have introduced an innovative and easy-to-use booking system.
Dassault Falcon has approved Air Alsie of Denmark as an authorized line maintenance service center for Falcons. Part of the Sandma Holding group, Sønderborg Airport-based Air Alsie has a 33,500-sq-ft hangar that includes a maintenance shop and storage space.
Air Alsie, which has more than 20 years of experience servicing Falcons, provides scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for the 7X, 2000 and the 2000 EASy series, including the DX, LX and newly certified 2000S.
AirClub, the alliance of operators that aims to establish a global air charter network, announced at EBACE another step toward that goal, signing London Executive Aviation (LEA) as its first member in the UK and ninth overall.
Eight European operators have combined to form a new charter alliance called AirClub. The partnership, announced on December 12, brings together ACM Air Charter, Air Alsie, Air Hamburg, Corporatejets, Flyinggroup, GlobeAir, Masterjet and PrivatAir. Among them they operate 106 aircraft, covering a wide spectrum of range and payload capabilities, from the Beechcraft King Air to a Boeing 757.
AirClub, the world’s first corporate jet charter alliance, was announced yesterday at MEBA 2012 in Dubai. The alliance brings together eight of Europe’s business jet charter operators: ACM Air Charter, Air Alsie, Air Hamburg, Corporatejets, Flyinggroup, GlobeAir, Masterjet and PrivatAir. Between them they operate 106 aircraft, covering a wide spectrum of range and payload capabilities, from the Beechcraft King Air to a VIP Boeing 757.
Look out, independent charter operators! Hello, charter passengers! The launch of the world’s first corporate jet charter alliance was announced here at MEBA 2012 yesterday.
Danish aircraft management company Air Alsie has added a straight-from-the-factory Dassault Falcon 7X to its fleet, which now numbers 20 aircraft. The addition increases the number of 7Xs the company manages to four; they join 11 Falcon 2000s.
Charter operator Executive Jet Management has broken the 100 managed-aircraft threshold. With the recent addition of a Citation X in Chicago and a Falcon 900EX in San Francisco, the Cincinnati-based company now manages 101 aircraft at more than 60 U.S. airports.