Silver Air adds to Global Charter Fleet 

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Private jet management and charter company Silver Air has added a supermid Falcon 2000 jet to its managed fleet.

Available for charter immediately, the Falcon 2000 is based out of Dallas Love Field (DAL) and has high-speed Wi-Fi and a 3,000 nm range.

“Silver Air is excited to add this exceptional Falcon 2000 to our growing charter fleet in Dallas,” said Chuck Stumpf, Silver Air’s president of business development. “Passengers will enjoy the extended headroom and large cabin size. The cabin and living space is handsomely appointed with ample room for 9 passengers, and a separate luggage compartment plus enclosed lavatory. The jet’s in-flight Wi-Fi allows corporate travelers to stay connected wherever they travel.”

Silver Air manages an expanding international fleet with bases across the United States and in addition to its fleet of Gulfstream jets, Silver Air manages and operates other light to large-cabin jets from Dassault, Bombardier, Embraer, Cessna, and Hawker/Beech. Silver Air is also the only operator to offer unrestricted charter availability on a Boeing Business Jet.

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