Empire Aviation Group adds two business jets to San Marino AOC

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Empire Aviation Group has added two Embraer Legacy 650 business jets to its San Marino air operator certificate (AOC) as the group continues to build its global fleet. Both Legacy 650s will be managed on behalf of owners for their own private use, as well as being offered to the global charter market.

The Embraer Legacy 650 can fly up to 13 passengers, connecting Dubai nonstop to major business destinations including London, Singapore and Johannesburg, for example. It is one of the largest executive jets permitted to operate in restricted airports, such as London City in the UK.

Paras Dhamecha, executive director of Empire Aviation Group, commented, “Our San Marino AOC is proving attractive to the aircraft owners of our increasingly global managed fleet because it gives us more flexibility in the operating solutions we can offer, more convenient locations to base their aircraft, and also includes the option of commercial charters.”

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