Luxaviation Group is “doubling down” on the U.S. market with the establishment of an office in Miami. This new office allows the Luxembourg-based aircraft management and charter firm to offer charter services to high-net-worth clients for domestic U.S. charters, as well as international flights to and from the U.S., the company told AIN.
The company also plans to open an office in New York City and determine plans for a larger base of operations that would include flight crews and aircraft. As part of its entry to the U.S., Luxaviation will operate all U.S. flights using sustainable aviation fuel.
“As global travel reemerges in the wake of the pandemic and with private charter poised to deliver service in a safe, self-contained setting in a post-pandemic world, it is more crucial than ever for Luxaviation to turn its attention to the vital U.S. market,” said Luxaviation Group CEO Patrick Hansen.
U.S. clients of Luxaviation will have access to its bespoke travel packages and its fine wine program, which through relationships with select estates curates what the company said is some of the world’s most prestigious wines and provides access to exclusive wine events.
All international flights originating from the U.S. would be subject to local pandemic restrictions, the company noted. Luxaviation has 221 business jets and turboprops under management, as well as 32 helicopters.