CIRRUS Aviation is counting on Gulfstream in expansion of the fleet concept
The executive airline with headquarters in Saarland is expanding its business fleet of 15 jets with immediate effect by a Gulfstream G200. This means the German industry head will be operating a Gulfstream for the first time in addition to private jets from the manufacturers Bombardier, Cessna, Dassault Falcon and Embraer. "With this new acquisition we are setting standards throughout the industry, since hardly any rival company is able to offer its clientele as many types of aircraft and we are thus able to satisfy (almost) every customer wish" says the managing director Stefan Buschle. The sought-after model offers the utmost in comfort to nine passengers in its extremely spacious cabin: while a conference group makes business meetings even more comfortable, the divan invites passengers to relax and not only on the long-haul flights. The perfectly fitted galley with bar, fridge and oven permits starred dining at 45000 feet and entertainment pure is supplied by a personal communications system and installed exterior cameras. The luxurious jet, which flies non-stop from Paris to Dubai for instance, is highly appreciated by the exacting clientele on account of its maximum cruising range of approx. 6300 km and an average cruising speed of 850 km/h. "As the versatile jet combines quality, aesthetics and performance ideally, it is an excellent choice that matches our fleet concept" continues Buschle. Further Gulfstream G550s are expected in 2008.
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CIRRUS Aviation is ranked as one of the major European operators of executive jets. As a member of the CIRRUS Group, which was founded in 1995, the group employs, as a Lufthansa partner, more than 1400 staff and operates over 65 aircraft since the merger with DCA. The group is completed by its own certified maintenance operation and internal training operations for pilots, mechanics and cabin crews, as well as a a service company.
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