ExecuJet plane gets European registration
Dubai, October 30, 2007
ExecuJet has welcomed the first Bombardier Learjet 60 XR with European registration to its charter fleet.
Learjet 60 XR is the first of its kind to obtain European registration.
The high performance, midsize business jet received European EASA certification on October 24 at ExecuJet's facilities at Roskilde, Denmark. The aircraft's owners have opted to offer it for charter through ExecuJet's charter management business.
The Learjet 60XR, in service since July this year, joins a 15-strong fleet of Challenger 850, Learjet 40 XR, Global Express XRS, Beechcraft Hawker 800/800XP and Embraer Legacy aircraft regularly operating out of the Danish airport.
"This latest addition to the Learjet aircraft family is going to be a popular addition to the charter fleet," said ExecuJet Europe's managing director Peter Hartmann.
"As well as being extremely fast and certificated to fly up to FL 510, the aircraft offers enhanced comfort, achieved through a restyled interior in the stand up cabin, which features LED lighting throughout," he added.
The seven-seat aircraft features a larger galley, a brighter and more spacious lavatory, a new cabin management system with three inch (7.6 cm) LCD control modules and ports for laptops, MP3 players and other audio/video equipment. - TradeArabia News Service
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