Luxaviation UK expands fleet

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Luxaviation UK, a major private jet operator, has started the year by expanding its range of aircraft. A Cessna Citation Mustang and a Bombardier Challenger 350 have been welcomed to the fleet, bringing the company’s total number of aircraft to 26.

The Citation Mustang will be based in Nice, France, and available for charter from February 2017. It has space for four passengers, with a range of 1,200 nautical miles, meaning it can easily cover Europe, the UK, and also Scandinavia and North Africa.

The Bombardier Challenger 350 will be based at Luton Airport, UK, with space for nine passengers and a range of 3,200 nautical miles. Luxaviation will maintain the aircraft for one of its new clients, and the jet will be for that company’s corporate use only.

George Galanopolous, managing director, Luxaviation UK, said, “The addition of the Mustang and Challenger 350 marks an exciting time for Luxaviation UK. We are committed to ensuring that clients receive the state-of-the-art, luxury experience they expect from private aviation alongside our unrivalled customer service and key values of going above and beyond, across all aspects of our business.”

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