Jet Aviation takes on VistaJet US Challenger fleet

VistaJet Founder & Chairman Thomas Flohr and Jet Aviation Flight Services VP and GM Don Haloburdo.

VistaJet Founder & Chairman Thomas Flohr and Jet Aviation Flight Services VP and GM Don Haloburdo.

Charter and management services providers Jet Aviation and VistaJet have extended their current partnership for the latter’s US-based fleet. Through the expansion, Jet Aviation’s US affiliate company Jet Aviation Flight Services is now also operating and managing VistaJet’s fleet of Bombardier Challenger 350 aircraft.

Both companies have been working together since 2013, when Jet Aviation was selected by VistaJet to operate and manage its US-based fleet of Bombardier Global 5000 aircraft.

According to a jointly issued statement, the aircraft will be located at various Jet Aviation facilities throughout the country, depending on demand, and can pick up passengers anytime and anywhere in the US.

“Our partnership with VistaJet has been extremely successful, and we are delighted to take our relationship to the next level,” comments Jet Aviation Flight Services VP & General Manager Don Haloburdo. “VistaJet’s impeccable reputation makes them a great partner.”

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“We started our collaboration in 2013, favoring their highly regarded culture of safety, to operate our US-registered Global 5000 aircraftn” adds VistaJet US President Ron Silverman. “The Challenger 350, arguably the most popular super midsize aircraft in business aviation, is a favorite amongst our customers. So from today, whether you are arranging flights through VistaJet from Los Angeles to London on a Global 5000, or Houston to Miami on a Challenger 350, you are in the expert hands of Jet Aviation.”

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