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EAG inducts third Bombardier Global 6000 business jet to its fleet

Posted 29 May 2018 · Add Comment

Empire Aviation Group (EAG) has inducted a brand-new Bombardier Global 6000 (G6000) business jet into the company’s extensive managed fleet of aircraft.

EAG was involved in the entire acquisition and delivery process on behalf of the owner. The Global 6000 will be the third of this aircraft type to join EAG’s diverse fleet of over 20 aircraft.  In addition to managing and operating the new business jet for the owner’s private use, EAG will also offer the aircraft to the global charter market.

The Bombardier Global 6000 has excellent long-haul capabilities, with a flight range of 6,000nm (nautical miles). It comfortably accommodates up to 13 in plush seating, has a well-equipped galley, plus a private stateroom. For onboard entertainment, the aircraft is fitted with the latest technology which includes wi-fi connectivity. The Ka-band (the fastest in-flight internet connectivity worldwide*) will ensure that wherever you travel, you can always stay connected.

Empire Aviation Group Managing Director, Paras P. Dhamecha,said: “The G6000 really is an excellent aircraft and is a fantastic addition to our managed fleet and to the aircraft available for charter. Its combination of long range and high-speed capabilities, cabin design and passenger comforts offer luxury and convenience for passengers. The flight deck is equally impressive and, as a certified G6000 pilot, I can personally testify to the control and performance qualities of the aircraft. We believe it will be a very popular addition to our fleet and for global charter clients.”

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