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Comlux expands its aircraft management business
Comlux expands its aircraft management business
Comlux The Aviation Group is pleased to announce the signing of new contracts for Aircraft Management for three brand new VIP aircraft: one Bombardier Global 5000, one Dassault Falcon 900LX and one Airbus ACJ, from three different undisclosed customers. The aircraft will enter in service with Fly Comlux, the operational division of the Comlux Group, respectively in Q1-2011, Q2-2011 and Q4-2011. The arrival of the Global 5000 will increase Comlux Bombardier Global fleet to 8 aircraft, consolidating Fly Comlux as one of the largest Bombardier Global VIP charter operators in Europe. With already 5 Airbus ACJ aircraft in the fleet and the A320 VIP arrival early 2011, Comlux will operate a total of 7 aircraft of the type by the end of 2011, remaining the favourite operator for large cabin VIP aircraft operations. Having operated Dassault Falcon aircraft for many years before, Comlux is well prepared for the integration of a brand new Falcon 900LX in its fleet. The aircraft will be available for charter, offering to Comlux passengers a new product for their travel needs. Richard Gaona, President of the Comlux Group says” I am very pleased with the development of our Aircraft Management business within the Comlux Group. In the medium term, we want to reach a fleet size that bring benefits to our clients and allows us to optimize our overhead costs. “ He adds” We have acquired a unique experience in the market in managing the largest cabin jets worldwide. I strongly believe that our high class quality services reputation will attract more aircraft owners willing to have their aircraft professionally and personally managed.”

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