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Comlux extends its VVIP fleet

Posted 1 February 2016 · Add Comment

Comlux The Aviation Group has announced major developments to its VVIP fleet of aircraft.

Comlux Transactions, the sales and acquisitions division of Comlux, confirms the purchase of three brand new Airbus ACJ320 neo, all equipped with CFM Engines and with green deliveries starting in 2019. 

In 2015, Fly Comlux, the VVIP operator of the Comlux Group, has signed five new aircraft management contracts with undisclosed customers of heavy jets and bizjets: One Gulfstream 650, two Bombardier Global 6000, one Airbus ACJ319 and one Boeing 777BBJ. 

“With 2 BBJ MAX8 orders a year ago and 3 ACJ320 neo, Comlux is providing its clients with a unique turnkey package solution including aircraft acquisition and cabin completion in our Outfitting Center in Indianapolis. With its recent approvals as both a BBJ Warranty and Repair Center and the first independent ACJ Authorized Service Center worldwide, Comlux America has demonstrated its continuous focus on maintaining and improving best practices in the MRO industry” said Richard Gaona, Chairman and CEO of the Comlux Group. ”The aircraft operation and management will be offered on-demand by our Fly Comlux Division, through its commercial AOCs in Malta (EASA 9H) and in Aruba (P4). With our consistent level of safety, reliability and quality of service, we have successfully convinced new customers to join our company, and we are extremely thankful to our long-lasting customers who have helped to make Comlux what it is today.” 

Today, the Comlux managed fleet comprises 20 VVIP aircraft: one Airbus ACJ318, three ACJ319, one ACJ330, one Boeing 767BBJ, one 777BBJ, two Bombardier CL605, one CL850, two Global 5000, three Global 6000, two Embraer Legacy 650, one Gulfstream G650, one Hawker900XP, one Sukhoi SBJ. 

The Comlux order book consists in 6 VVIP aircraft: Three Airbus ACJ320 neo, two Boeing BBJ MAX8, one Bombardier Global 7000.

 

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