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Published on : Friday, May 27, 2016
Bombardier announced the signing of a purchasing agreement for a Global 6000 business jet to be operated by Fly Comlux, the VIP charter division of Comlux, who currently operates a fleet featuring a total of six Bombardier business aircraft—including Challenger 605, Challenger 850, Global 5000, Global 6000. This additional Global 6000 aircraft complements its existing VIP widebody fleet, and contributes to the company’s position as a leading wide-cabin and long-haul VIP charter and aircraft management provider in Europe, Central Asia, Russia and the Middle East.
Comlux is a leading worldwide VIP charter services operator with offices in Zurich, Malta, Almaty, Aruba, Moscow and Bahrain, specializing in widebody, long-range aircraft operations. Comlux offers its customers a comprehensive set of services including aircraft management, sales and acquisitions, cabin design, completion, and maintenance services. Created in 2008 and located at Indianapolis International Airport, Comlux’s Completion and Maintenance Repair Organization—Comlux America—has extensive capabilities to perform maintenance, refurbishment and upgrades, and has been a Bombardier Business Aircraft authorized Aircraft-On-Ground Line Maintenance Facility since 2009.
“We are delighted that Comlux has chosen to expand its fleet with an additional Global 6000 jet. This is a testament to Comlux’s confidence in Bombardier Business Aircraft and in our ultra-long-range aircraft,” said Peter Likoray, Senior Vice President, Sales, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “With its winning combination of cabin comfort, high-speed range and performance, the Global 6000 business jet is the ideal aircraft to meet the needs of Comlux’s elite clientele.”
Global 6000 aircraft: The Global 6000 business jet offers more cabin volume and more floor space than any other aircraft in its class. Continuously meeting the travel needs of different customers, Bombardier offers Global 6000 customers the option of adding a shower to their aircraft—ensuring they reach their destination rested, refreshed and ready for the day ahead.