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Monday
Nov132017

GainJet Reaches Further with an Additional Challenger 605

VIP Charter Operator, GainJet Aviation S.A, has added another long range executive jet to its continuously expanding fleet, adding a fourth Bombardier Challenger aircraft: another CL605. The aircraft, registration SX-FSA, was delivered on 25 Oct 2017, and is available for charter based in Athens, Greece. 

With one of the widest cabins in its category, the aircraft can host 10 passengers in absolute comfort. The cabin features 6 individual VIP seats, a plush 4-seater sofa, and lots of luxury amenities that passengers are sure to enjoy. The CL605’s 8-hour (4,000 nm) flight range provides passengers the convenience to easily connect between continents. GainJet President, Captain Ramsey Shaban, states “we’re excited about this new addition to our fleet. The comfort, size, and range it offers combined with its onboard features are sure to make this a popular aircraft amongst our passengers. With its central base in Athens, we feel there is demand for such an aircraft within the most immediate vicinity, including Greece itself.”

SX-FSA joins a diverse fleet at GainJet and its subsidiary AOC: GainJet Ireland. The group’s fleet includes several executive jets available for charter including Gulfstream G650, G550, G450, Embraer Legacy 600, Bombardier Challenger 605 and Challenger 604s, plus several executive airliners, including a VIP Boeing 757-200 with 62 VIP seats and a stateroom and a VIP Boeing 737-400 with 64 VIP seats. Shaban explains, “it is our desire to offer our customers a wide selection of jets, providing them the right aircraft that satisfies their specific needs. An additional Challenger 605 compliments our growing fleet with another super mid-size long range VIP aircraft. We welcome it with great pleasure and anticipation.”

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