Three aircraft on static display
ExecuJet Aviation Group, the leading global business aviation organisation, is once again exhibiting at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) from 21-23 May 2013 in Geneva, Switzerland. The company will be at stand 851, Hall 6, showcasing its full suite of business aviation services and has three aircraft on static display: an Airbus A320, Bombardier Challenger 850 and Bombardier Challenger 300.
Andrew Hoy, Managing Director of ExecuJet Aircraft Trading, says: “We look forward to showcasing our full range of services, as well as three long-range aircraft, which are also exclusively for sale through ExecuJet Aircraft Trading. EBACE is always a positive, focused show where we know we will conduct good business.”
ExecuJet will also be unveiling a redesigned stand at the show and will cover a total area of 270sqm. The new stand design encompasses the ExecuJet style, shown throughout the company’s fixed-based operations (FBOs) worldwide, as well as offering a more modern and open space to welcome attendees of EBACE.
Exclusive sales mandate
All three aircraft on static display at EBACE are exclusively for sale through ExecuJet Aircraft Trading.
The refurbished A320 has a VVIP layout and can fly from Geneva to Dubai with ease with a maximum range of 6,935km. It entered service in 2011 and has the largest cabin in the corporate jet market, with 96m² of cabin floor area. The aircraft features a bedroom, private office with an en-suite bathroom and shower, a conference room for six people, a first-class cabin featuring eight VIP seats and 16 individual berthable seats. The aircraft also offers six times the luggage space typically found on a Boeing Business Jet.
The Challenger 850 has the same cabin space as a Bombardier Global Express aircraft and features seating for 15 passengers in luxury. The aircraft has a range of 5,206km and can fly non-stop from Geneva to Riyadh. It entered service in May 2008 and has been managed by ExecuJet Europe with the same owner for its lifetime to date.
The Challenger 300 has a range of 5,646km and can fly from Geneva to Dubai. The aircraft entered into service in December 2010 and features a nine-passenger interior.
Accompanying images can be downloaded here.