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Vertis Aviation adds Bombardier Challenger 350 to portfolio

Posted 20 July 2016 · Add Comment

Vertis Aviation has added a Bombardier Challenger 350 to its South African portfolio

The aircraft is the second of its type to be delivered in Africa, and has arrived at OR Tambo International Airport.
 
The Challenger will serve the demand for transcontinental African travel, for both leisure and business travellers.
 
“The Challenger can provide excellent point-to-point access between the major African cities and will serve as the ideal link between international and transcontinental flying. It will also help support economic growth in Africa and further underlines the company’s commitment to this dynamic continent,” said Neil Turnbull, COO, Vertis Aviation.
 
The aircraft features two double club-seating areas and a quiet cabin making it ideal for business use, and also offers onboard Wi-Fi, a USB/Hard drive, and two large LCD screens.
 
 

    

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