Meridian Air Carter adds Falcon 7X to fleet

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Meridian Air Charter has added a Falcon 7X to its growing charter fleet of private business jets at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, USA. This ultra-long range aircraft was completed in 2008 and seats up to 14 passengers. It also has the capacity to sleep up to seven for long-haul trips.

The Falcon 7X is a large cabin, tri-jet manufactured by Dassault Falcon Jet. It has a range of up to 6,847 miles with a maximum speed of 592mph, and it is the first business jet to incorporate fly-by-wire technology, a system that replaces conventional manual flight controls with an electronic interface.

Mike Moore, VP of aviation sales, said, “We are truly excited to be able to offer this beautiful Falcon 7X to our clients. While this is not our first ultra-long range jet in our managed fleet, it is our first 7X.

“This Dassault model now gives us the opportunity to cater to our transatlantic customers who want to choose from a range of options. With plenty of room to stretch out on long haul trips, and with all the modern amenities on board, we expect demand to be high for this charter aircraft.”

Meridian currently manages a wide range of aircraft types that are available for private charter: Global 5000, Gulfstream G550, Gulfstream GIV-SP, Falcon 7X, Falcon 900EX EASy, Falcon 2000EX EASy, Falcon 2000, Challenger 605, Challenger 604, Challenger 601, Gulfstream G200, Hawker 900XP, Hawker 800XP, Citation XLS, and Citation VII. Other aircraft types can also be obtained through Meridian’s network of qualified operators.

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