DC Aviation, with headquarters in Stuttgart, continues to grow its managed fleet with the addition of a new Embraer Legacy 650. The aircraft is based in Stuttgart and available for charter. With the largest cabin in its class and a large in-flight accessible baggage compartment, the Legacy 650 offers up to 13 passengers excellent comfort on long-distance flights. And should passengers decide to have a nap along the way, the Legacy 650 offers one of the quietest in-flight experiences in its class. This aircraft’s 3,900 nm range allows passengers to travel non-stop from London to New York, Moscow to Beijing or Dubai to Johannesburg.
The aircraft is also equipped with satellite-based worldwide available internet connectivity by means of a WLAN up to 432 kbps, a cabin and entertainment management system, and a dual-mode Iridium satellite telephone.
Michael Kuhn, CEO, DC Aviation Group said: “Our services continue to attract interest from owners seeking our expertise to manage their assets under both commercial and private operation. We are extremely pleased to add the Embraer Legacy 650 to our managed fleet and look forward to providing its owner with the highest levels of comfort and reliability, which are the cornerstones of our business.”
Aside from short-range and medium-range jets, the DC Aviation managed fleet now includes 16 long-distance jets. The Company’s specialization on medium-range and long-range aircraft continues in a logical and economically viable fashion.