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DC Aviation expands Bombardier fleet

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DC Aviation expands Bombardier fleet - Business aviation publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova

DC Aviation has added another Bombardier Challenger 300. The company now operates nine Bombardier business jets.

The Challenger can accommodate up to eight passengers and has a range of about 3,100 nm.

“We are very happy to be able to expand our fleet by the Challenger 300.”

Michael Kuhn, CEO of DC Aviation said: “We are very happy to be able to expand our fleet by the Challenger 300. This addition indicates the continuously growing interest of our customers in our multi-year experience in managing their private and commercial aircraft. We also perceive an acknowledgement of our expertise and capability to provide our VIP customers with maximum safety and with services of unsurpassed quality.”

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