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Vertis Aviation partners with Executive Air Services

Posted 4 July 2016 · Add Comment

Switzerland-based Vertis Aviation adding a second Gulfstream G550 to its portfolio.

The aircraft, a 2006-built G550, N-G5V, which can seat up to 13 passengers, is operated by  Executive Air Services (EAS), a Miami, FL based aircraft management, sales and charter company with 24 years experience. The new trans-Atlantic partnership will see Vertis Aviation supporting EAS international growth as the team focuses on developing charter business on behalf of the American operator in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

“We are very pleased to add this excellent aircraft to our portfolio and growing our existing relationship with well-respected operator, Executive Air Services. It brings another top quality, long range aircraft to our offering which we know will appeal to our international clients.  It fulfills the demand from customers for intercontinental charters on a comfortable, well-appointed and efficient aircraft,” commented Vertis Aviation COO Neil Turnbull.

Jeff Reis, managing director, executive Air Services said: “In the current competitive landscape of long range charter, the relationship with Vertis Aviation allows us to tap directly into its existing network outside of the U.S. We know that their customers understand and appreciate the value of this type of aircraft which brings real value to our new relationship.”

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