Jet Aviation added 17 aircraft to its global aircraft management and charter fleet since May. In the U.S., the company added three Bombardier Global 6000s and an Embraer Lineage 1000 based in New York; a Cessna Citation 525C and an Embraer Legacy 600 based in California and a Wisconisn-based G450. It also added a Gulfstream V based at London.
Jet Aviation also added a G550 and G650 on its U.S. air carrier charter certificate. Jet Aviation added a GIV in Africa, and a G280, a Global 6000, several G550s and G650s and a BBJ1 in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
“Aircraft owners and operators know they can rely on our full scope of aviation services,” said Dave Deitch, vice president of aircraft management and charter sales in the U.S.