12 MARCH 2018
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A Bombardier Challenger 350, to be based in Nairobi, has joined the managed fleet of ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, as the company pushes ahead with expansion plans in Africa.
The jet has been registered on Luxaviation’s new San Marino aircraft register, and will be one of the first aircraft to be operated on the Luxaviation San Marino Air Operator Certificate (AOC).
ExecuJet regional vice-president Gavin Kiggen said: “The Challenger 350 boasts capacity for up to ten passengers and with a range of 3,200nmi is capable of flying non-stop from Nairobi to Barcelona.
“We are delighted to be bringing Bombardier’s premier midsize business jet to our customers in east Africa. This latest addition underlines the exciting growth in business aviation movements in the region, and we are dedicated to supporting this encouraging trend with our expanded fleet.”
ExecuJet manages 165 business jets worldwide under stringent safety standards with its commercial fleet is operated under the regulatory umbrella of six regional civil aviation issued AOCs.
The company offers a diverse range of services, including aircraft management for private and commercially registered aircraft, charter, maintenance, completions management and fixed base operations.
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