Record VistaJet business jet activity reported at Dublin Airport

                                                                  


According to Dublin Airport Movements blog data their was record Vistara business jet on Friday 22nd April with a total of eight movements operated by a mix of aircraft including Bombardier Challenger 350, Bombardier Challenger 604, Bombardier Global 6000, Bombardier Global 7500 and Mitsubishi Challenger 850 by subsidiary VistaJet Malta. 

VistaJet recently celebrated a milestone of its's 10th delivery of the industry flagship Global 7500, making it the largest operator of Global 7500 aircraft in the world. VistaJet plans to operate a total of 17 Global 7500 aircraft in its fleet by the end of 2022. The aircraft can carry 14 passengers with a range of 7,700 nautical miles with a very efficient fuel cruising altitude of 51,000ft with a maximum speed of 0.925 Mach. 

VistaJet is expanding its leadership position entering into an agreement to acquire the private aviation services platform of Jet Edge, the fastest-growing North American charter operator, adding 100 aircraft to its portfolio and also has entered into an agreement to acquire Air Hamburg’s operating platform and maintenance services adding 44 aircraft to its portfolio, in respond to the significant demand it experienced across the two the largest aviation markets.

Vista Global Holding (Vista), the world’s leading private aviation group founded in 2004 by Thomas Flohr. The private business jet operator flies between any two points, under a "pay for hours flown" fare structure business model.  Vista operates a global fleet of over 160 light, super-mid and larger aircraft through VistaJet and XO Management. The operator recently launched a new golf program, which is exclusive to members and grants access to bespoke courses and event experiences across the globe. 

9H-AXO Bombardier Challenger 604 msn 5396

9H-ILB Mitsubishi Challenger 850 msn 8107

9H-VCG Bombardier Challenger 350 msn 20545

9H-VCK Bombardier Challenger 350 msn 20592

9H-VCN Bombardier Challenger 350 msn 20628

9H-VIC Bombardier Global 7500 msn 70058

9H-VJA Bombardier Global 6000 msn 9441

9H-VJY Bombardier Global 6000 msn 9667

                                                                

Image Credit: VistaJet 

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