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ExecuJet expands African fleet

Posted 1 February 2016 · Add Comment

ExecuJet Aviation Group has expanded its African fleet with the addition of a Bombardier Challenger 850, which will be based in Johannesburg.

Chay White, sales manager, aircraft management, ExecuJet Africa, said: “We are very excited to offer the Challenger 850 to our customers in Africa. The addition of this state-of-the-art aircraft follows a high level of interest in large-cabin, -mid-range aircraft in the region.”
 
The Challenger 850 offers a range of 2,300 nautical miles, at speeds of up to Mach 0.8. The cabin can seat up to 13 passengers with a variety of seating configuration options for day time and night time flights.
 
ExecuJet currently has 31 aircraft in its African fleet, with 27 available for charter. 
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