Belgium-based ASL Private Jet Services and its Dutch sister company JetNetherlands will add four aircraft to their combined fleet in the coming months. This furthers the group’s fast growth track, which also saw it recently expand third-party ground-handling services. All four aircraft will be managed and operated on behalf of their respective owners and will also be offered for charter.
The four new additions consist of three Cessna Citations and a Hawker 4000, which will be based in Antwerp, Belgium and will be operated shortly. A nine-seat Citation X, the second of the type to join the ASL-JetNetherlands fleet, will also be based in Belgium, at the regional airport of Kortrijk-Wevelgem. Meanwhile, a Citation XLS+ and CitationJet will be based at Rotterdam-The Hague Airport in The Netherlands and available for charter within the next month or so.
The Hawker 4000, Citation XLS+, and CitationJet will be registered on ASL’s Belgian air operator certificate (AOC) while the Citation X will join JetNetherlands’ AOC.
ASL-JetNetherlands was founded in 1997 by Philippe Bodson and operates more than 30 aircraft from Amsterdam-Schiphol, Antwerp, Brussels-Zaventem, Brussels-Charleroi, Eindhoven, Groningen, Maastricht, Kortrijk-Wevelgem, and Rotterdam Airports.