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The European jet card operator is expanding its fleet of Cessna Citation Mustang private jets
Austria-based GlobeAir AG has launched a new brand image.
Additionally, it is adding four Cessna Citation Mustangs previously operated by
Wijet expanding its fleet by 25%.
European very light jet operator GlobeAir AG which uses a
fleet of owned Cessna Citation Mustangs to provide jet cards and sell on-demand
charter is expanding its fleet and giving itself a new look.
Two of the four new additional aircraft, which were formerly operated by Wijet, will be operating by the summer, according to GlobeAir officials. Currently, there are no plans for more airplanes, meaning that when all are flying, the operator will have a fleet of 20.
The “all you can fly” private aviation operator is offering a combined U.S. – Europe membership.
Surf Air’s European operation, which launched earlier this summer with flights from London’s Luton Airport to Ibiza, Cannes and now Zurich, is offering free flights to top-tier frequent fliers in the programs of other European airlines.