Luxaviation UK adds Falcon 2000LXS to charter fleet
December 20, 2016
The Dassault Falcon 2000LXS has become the latest addition to Luxaviation UK’s charter fleet. according to Terry Spruce’s news article published at the Corporate Jet Investor website on 19 December 2016. The brand new aircraft has already arrived in Luton, from where it will provide charter services. This has effectively increased the total number of business jet aircraft in Luxaviation’s fleet to 24 units.
This particular business jet is considerably spacious and suitable for long-range flights to regional and global destinations. Its structural and functional design also provides the aircraft with the flexibility for landing on different types of runways, including short runways. As Spruce reports: “The new FalconLXS seats up to ten passengers and [is] capable of flying 4,000 nm (97,400 km), and [it] is able to land on short runways, such as London City and Lugano, Switzerland.” Some of its technicial specifications include high-speed Internet connectivity features that keep passengers connected during flights.
The Falcon 2000LXS’s arrival signals Luxaviation’s determination to broaden the scope and quality of its private affiation offerings. Spruce quotes Luxaviation UK’s Managing Director, George Galanopoulos, as saying: “Having a brand-new Falcon 2000LXS in our fleet ia an exciting addition, and we’re looking forward to showing it off to our clients. From London Luton, it will be able to fly non-stop as far as Dubai International Airport, Mumbai Airport and the East Coast of the US. This long-range reach, combined with the high-speed Internet and Dassault’s HD audio and video capabilities, gives our clients the opportunity to wok and conduct meetings onboard or simply relax and enjoy some downtime.”
Luxaviation UK’s customers now have a wider options of private charter aircraft to choose from. Other than the Falcon 2000LXS, Luxavaition has eight Embraer Legacy 600/650s that operate alongside three Cessna Citation Mustangs and four Citation Excels, according to Spruce.