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DC Aviation Group continues to grow its Aircraft Management fleet

Posted 18 June 2018 · Add Comment

Stuttgart headquartered DC Aviation Group (DCA), the German joint venture partner of DC Aviation Al-Futtaim (DCAF), continues to grow its aircraft management fleet with the addition of a Dassault Falcon 7X.

 

The new aircraft is also available for charter flights for DC Aviation Al-Futtaim clients in the region through DCA’s subsidiary – DC Aviation Malta.

With its three high-performance engines and cutting-edge aviation technology, the Falcon 7X provides extraordinary range and efficiency. Its uniquely quiet cabin with a standing height of 1.88 m, offers unmatched comfort for up to 12 passengers. Its range of over 11,000 km makes it a popular aircraft to charter. In addition, the aircraft is equipped with globally available satellite-based internet connectivity via Wi-Fi, a cabin and entertainment management system, and satellite telephone.

Holger Ostheimer, Managing Director of DC Aviation Al-Futtaim, said: “With the addition of the 7X to DC Aviation Group’s portfolio, we are able to offer our clients in the region access to this aircraft for their charter needs. With its extended range, customers can fly non-stop from Dubai to most parts of North America or the Far-East without having to stop for refuelling thereby offering maximum convenience.”

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