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Ivory Jet Services to add a maiden Falcon 900

Posted 13 December 2016 · Add Comment

Djibouti's Ivory Jet Services will add a maiden Dassault Aviation Falcon 900 to its fleet next year, reports ch-aviation.


Customer relations manager Arafo Abdourazack Barkad said the Djibouti-based business charter specialist already uses a Falcon 50 and a Falcon 7X to carry out VIP charters as well as medevac services.

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