Voluxis, the charter operator and aircraft management company, has added a Challenger 350 to its rapidly expanding fleet; the aircraft will be based in the Middle East and East Africa.
Gavin Copus, Senior Commercial Director at Voluxis, said of the aircraft: “The Challenger 350 defines the super-midsize category, offering one of the quietest and largest cabins in its class, allowing you to make the most of your flight, be it for business or leisure. It also benefits from a comparatively large baggage compartment which is accessible during the flight and is perfect for routes such as Dubai to the Greek Islands or Nairobi to Johannesburg.
“The cabin comfortably seats six people but can accommodate up to nine passengers and there is the option of a bed. The aircraft features an in-flight entertainment system with wireless connectivity allowing the use of personal devices whilst travelling.
“This is the first aircraft registered on our San Marino AOC and adds to our already impressive fleet. As we look for further expansion, we are planning to bring on more T7 registered aircraft in the next few months, with bases around the globe.
“With plenty of space in the cabin, I am sure that this Challenger 350 will be a popular choice across the board.”