Jet Aviation adds second BBJ1 to management and charter fleet in EMEA

Jet Aviation has added a second Boeing B737 (BBJ1) to its fleet of managed aircraft in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

The Boeing BBJ1 has been added to the company’s Maltese air operator’s certificate (AOC), managed by Jet Aviation’s aircraft management and charter business in Malta, and the aircraft is available for charter service based in Western Europe.

Claudio Peer, senior director of aircraft management and charter sales at Jet Aviation for EMEA and Asia, said: “We are thrilled to expand our fleet for charter customers. This airliner-type private jet is ideally suited to customers who enjoy premium comfort and the latest technology for long-range flights.”

The BBJ1 has a range of up to 9,260-kilometres, offering space for up to 11 passengers, the aircraft features a master bedroom and ensuite bathroom with shower, separate guest and crew lavatories, and two side-facing divans that convert to single berths.

The aircraft’s cabin interior is characterized by clean lines, neutral tones and leather seating, boasting all the essential passenger amenities, including an entertainment system.

Norbert Ehrich, vice president of flight services at Jet Aviation for EMEA and Asia, said customers appreciate charter options to meet their varying needs while the larger jet provide greater space and comfort for longer flights and trips with more passengers.

Jet Aviation Business Jets, an Air Carrier Certificate holder in Malta, Germany and Switzerland is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland and responsible for delivering the company’s aircraft management and charter services in EMEA and Asia.

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