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Empire Aviation Group inducts Bombardier Global Express XRS to its fleet

Posted 7 March 2017 · Add Comment

Empire Aviation Group (EAG), the Dubai-based global aviation asset management company, has inducted its third Bombardier Global Express XRS on to its managed fleet of business jets.

The large cabin, ultra long-range business jet will be managed and operated by Empire Aviation Group on behalf of the owner, and will be available to the global charter market. EAG also managed the induction, the registration and delivery of the aircraft on behalf of the owner.

The Bombardier Global Express XRS is the latest addition to EAG’s managed fleet of more than 20 business jets, based in the Middle East, India, Nigeria and Hong Kong. The XRS is a pre-owned 13-seater aircraft with a large cabin and offering ultra long-range. The business jet is powered by twin Rolls Royce engines and has a range of 11,390km and a top speed of 950km/h.

Empire Aviation Group executive director, Paras Dhamecha, said: “The Global XRS is an outstanding aircraft and its induction on to our managed fleet demonstrates the strength of our global operations and charter capabilities. The Global XRS can be offered to the global charter market and can operate from any of our bases around the world. The XRS is in demand in the charter market because of its range of attractive features including the large cabin comfort and extended range, which means it can fly non stop between many of the important city pairs around the world.” 

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