Jet Aviation continues to grow its global aircraft management and charter fleetNovember 3, 2016
Jet Aviation has added 11 aircraft to its managed fleet in the United States the past five months, and 9 to its fleet in EMEA & Asia.
Of the 11 new aircraft in the U.S. managed fleet, seven will be added to the U.S. charter fleet. Jet Aviation’s incoming Part 135 aircraft include a Chicago-based G650; a GIV-SP, GV and G550, all based in Teterboro, NJ; and a Global Express, G200 and G450 based in Burbank, CA. In EMEA and Asia, five of the new aircraft are based in EMEA and four in Asia.
“As the demand for management services increases, Jet Aviation continues to provide the support and services to meet those needs,” said Don Haloburdo, vice president and general manager of Jet Aviation Flight Services. “With the addition of Avjet, we have built a solid foundation to deliver exceptional value and exceed customers’ expectations coast to coast.”
Jet Aviation’s Vice President of West Coast operations Gary Dolski added, “We are proud to present quality aircraft for charter and to the overall Jet Aviation fleet. Our focus is to continue strengthening its reputation for providing exceptional services on the West Coast and we look forward to continuing to integrate into Jet Aviation’s global network of services.”
Juerg Reuthinger, senior vice president and general manager of Aircraft Management and Charter services in EMEA & Asia, noted, “While Asia continues to be a strong market, we are very pleased to see this recent increase in activity in EMEA. It is good to see that the market clearly appreciates our ongoing commitment to safety and service excellence.”