Sun, Jun 10, 2012
West Coast-Based Airplane One Of Several Jets Added In Recent Weeks
Charter company Jet Edge International has expanded its large cabin Gulfstream fleet with a West Coast-based WiFi-enabled 2008 Gulfstream 200 (N94FT).
"This latest addition is the third Gulfstream 200 in our charter fleet – one of several jets added in recent weeks – in order to further expand our fleet selection,” said Bill Papariella, president of Jet Edge International. “Adding N94FT reinforces our commitment to providing newer aircraft and updated in-flight amenities including WiFi.”
The Gulfstream 200 is a large-cabin jet with a range of 3,400 nautical miles. It offers a nine-passenger configuration with complimentary international and domestic WiFi, fully-enclosed private aft lavatory for passengers, side-facing adjacent vanity and forward galley.
“Based on the West Coast, this newest aircraft continues our mission of providing exceptional operational safety and superior personalized service for customers, as well as comprehensive charter management services and revenue for owners,” Papariella added.
The Jet Edge fleet includes Gulfstream V, Gulfstream 450, Gulfstream IVSP, Gulfstream IV, Gulfstream III and Gulfstream 200 aircraft as well as Hawker 800XP, Citation X, and Challenger 300 via its Platinum Partner status with XOJET.
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