Increasing customer demand is the motivation for a new agreement under which Tulpar Interior Group of Kazan will provide scheduled interior refurbishments from Jet Aviation’s maintenance facility at Moscow Vnukovo Airport. Tulpar is said to be the only company in Russia that provides a full range of aircraft interior services for commercial and VIP aircraft.
VistaJet is moving into the U.S. private-lift market with a new alliance with Jet Aviation Flight Services, which is to operate a fleet of 12 Bombardier Globals on its behalf. The Europe-based private lift provider made clear its intention to target former and current fractional ownership clients in building its North American client base.
VistaJet is moving into the U.S. private lift market with an unexpected new alliance with Jet Aviation Flight Services, which is to operate a fleet of 12 Bombardier Globals on its behalf. Under the terms of an agreement announced this morning in New York City, the Europe-based private flight provider is also teaming with start-up membership-based program Wheels Up to market VistaJet’s Flight Solutions Program (FSP) to customers in the U.S.
Jet Aviation Basel has signed an agreement with an undisclosed client to complete a BBJ interior. The 737 derivative will be delivered green to the Basel completion center in Switzerland in next year’s first quarter.
Jet Aviation has been completing aircraft at its Basel facilities since 1977 and has created more than 200 cabin interiors. The Jet Aviation Basel Design Studio was established in 2001 and employs 12 designers. The studio is responsible for about 40 percent of the company’s single-aisle bizliner interior creations.
Jet Aviation has extended its facilities at Berlin Tegel International Airport to include a new customer lounge and crew briefing offices at Tegel’s general aviation center. The expansion is in response to customer demand for full ground-handling services at Tegel, it said. The company opened its Berlin FBO in February to provide FBO services at Schönefeld and Tegel International Airports. The new customer lounge and crew briefing offices at Tegel are in addition to Jet Aviation’s existing crew and passenger lounge and operations office at Schönefeld.
Dallas Airmotive has added Thomas Kennedy as a regional engine manager. He will represent all of the company’s engine and APU product lines and serve customers in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts. Kennedy comes to Dallas Airmotive from Signature TechnicAir Aircraft Maintenance, where he was director of maintenance and accountable manager. Before joining TechnicAir, Kennedy worked for seven years as director of maintenance at Jet Aviation (Bedford, Mass.). He also spent six years at British Midland as lead technician.
Jet Aviation Flight Services has added its first Gulfstream G650 to its Part 135 certificate. The wide-cabin, ultra-long-range twinjet, which is available for charter, is being managed by Jet Aviation’s Van Nuys office. The charter G650 accommodates up to 13 passengers and has a range of up to 7,000 nm. This is the second known G650 to be added to the fleet at a U.S.
Jet Aviation Flight Services has signed a strategic alliance agreement with C-Fly Aviation, a São Paulo-based aircraft management and charter provider. As Jet Aviation, the company founded in Switzerland but now part of U.S. company General Dynamics, continues to expand its global services to meet customer demand, C-Fly (Stand 5105) will exclusively provide the Teterboro, New Jersey-based company with referrals on charter and aircraft management in Brazil.
Jet Aviation Flight Services (JAFS) has signed an alliance agreement with C-Fly Aviation, a São Paulo, Brazil-based aircraft management and charter provider. As Jet Aviation, a division of General Dynamics, continues to expand its global services to meet customer demand, C-Fly will exclusively provide JAFS with referrals on charter and aircraft management in Brazil. Jet Aviation Flight Services group is responsible for delivering Jet Aviation’s charter and aircraft management services in the Americas and has U.S. offices in Teterboro, N.J.; Van Nuys, Calif.; and Chicago.
Raleigh, N.C.-based Jetcraft announced today that it acquired the aircraft brokerage activities of ExecuJet Aircraft Trading (EAT) from Zurich-based ExecuJet Aviation Group for an undisclosed sum. According to Jetcraft, this deal makes it “the world’s largest business aircraft brokerage company.”