Luxembourg – Luxaviation Group, one of the biggest commercial enterprise plane and helicopter operators worldwide, is taking part in a summer season of growth, including adding six planes to the company’s international fleet.
Five of the planes—A Bombardier Global 5000, a Cessna Citation CJ2, and two modern-day Cessna Citation CJ4 Gen2 and a Beechcraft King Air 260—can be had for the constitution, and a Bombardier Challenger 604 is being delivered to Luxaviation’s privately controlled fleet.
George Galanopoulos, Luxaviation UK’s Chief Executive Officer and Head of Charter Sales, Europe, for the Luxaviation Group, says: “Such speedy growth of our constitution fleet indicates how powerfully and optimistically we’re rising from the shadow of the pandemic. Our ever-expanding fleet provides more and more options to meet the task needs of any customer.
Whether helping our constitution flight clients or coping with the precious and vital personal jet property of owners, we usually supply the best requirements in safety, reliability, price, and service.
The Bombardier Global 5000
Based in Dubai (United Arab Emirates), the Bombardier Global 5000 gives constitution clients a really attractive mixture of endurance, payload, and comfort. The jet can carry as many as 12 passengers. With a range of 4,900 nautical miles, the Global 5000 can be capable of flying routes consisting of Dubai to Perth in Western Australia and London-Los Angeles (California).
The Cessna Citation CJ2
The Cessna Citation CJ2 is a great choice for small companies with light luggage, flying for up to a few hours. Efficient and competitively priced, the jet is one of the most famous constitution planes in Europe, and Luxaviation’s CJ2 can be primarily based totally in Baden-Baden (Germany).
The Cessna Citation CJ4
Gen2 plane is the primary of 3 such jets to become a member of Luxaviation’s Belgium-primarily based total fleet in 2022.
Carrying as many as 9 passengers, the plane’s wi-fi cabin control promises the spontaneous management of lighting, window sun shades, and temperature.
The Beechcraft King Air 260
Based at Lanseria International Airport, close to Johannesburg in South Africa, the Beechcraft King Air 260 is capable of delivering up to 8 cabin passengers, bringing top-magnificence turboprop performance to the region. Luxaviation expects the plane to draw excessive demand from the commercial enterprise community for flights to places that include Namibia, Botswana, and Zimbabwe.
The Bombardier Challenger 604
The Bombardier Challenger 604 can deliver as many as 9 passengers and is capable of flying 4,098 nautical miles at a maximum pace of 0.83 Mach. Once again, proving the real intensity of Luxaviation’s capabilities. The Challenger 604 can be controlled via means of Luxaviation UK and be registered in San Marino, under Luxaviation’s AOC structure. This plane can be registered as a Part-NCC and is no longer available for charter.
Fairchild Dornier 328
Luxaviation will be showing on Stand A8 at Air Charter Expo 2022 at London Biggin Hill Airport on September 13th, 2022, showcasing a completely unique experience providing for the European market, with a Fairchild Dornier 328 Jet on static display. The Fairchild Dornier 328 is a transformed airliner and is an appropriate choice for constitution flights at some stage in Europe, where it is extraordinarily popular with companies visiting with outsized luggage.
Galanopoulos adds: “The Fairchild Dornier 328 is one of our most famous constitution jets in Europe, and we’re certain it’s going to get a variety of traction at the static and can be an exciting speakme factor at ACE ’22. Artists and musicians experience this plane to assist their busy excursion schedules and can, moreover, prefer to logo the plane outdoors for that best Instagram moment. “
Chay White, Luxaviation Group Aviation Commercial Program Director, will be a part of the ACE’22 panel session ‘Innovation Update – eVTOL operations inside the Charter market’ at 16.15 BST. Chay brings his tremendous and vast understanding of commercial enterprise aviation to increase his insights on urgent subjects shaping the destiny of our industry.