Gama Aviation adds first Learjet 75 to its fleet


Gama Aviation has taken on the management of its first Learjet 75, having overseen the delivery of the new aircraft from Bombardier on behalf of one of the company’s long standing US customers. The aircraft is expected to be based in Central America.

The new model joins the Learjet 45, 45XR and 60 aircraft, as well as aircraft from Bombardier’s Challenger and Global series, which Gama Aviation already operate for their clients across the USA, Europe and China. In total, Gama Aviation’s worldwide fleet now includes more than 30 different aircraft types.

KC Ihlefeld, VP aircraft management of Gama Aviation, said, “As a business we pride ourselves on being able to offer our customers expert support across a wide range of aircraft types and we’re delighted to add the Learjet 75 to our stable. We have hands-on experience with aircraft from all the major OEMs and this enables us to provide clients with a consistent level of service, no matter what the aircraft type or their mission requirements.

“It is a resounding endorsement of the relationship we aim to build with clients that when customers want to change or add additional aircraft, they seek our help in arranging the transition and delivery, and continue to trust us with their management. It is these long-standing relationships that are the best indication of the service we provide.”

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