Astonjet, a French operator based in Paris-Le Bourget, is adding a Dassault Falcon 7X to its fleet of business jets. The ultra-long-range aircraft, now registered F-HCTV, is the first Falcon to join Astonjet’s fleet of all-range jets.

Astonjet’s first 7X will be equipped with two 4-passenger clubs and a lounge with two sofas that can be converted into a bedroom. It will also benefit from a new interior design, state-of-the-art passenger amenities and a new Astonjet-branded exterior livery.
Soon to be based at the Astonsky terminal at Paris-Le Bourget airport, it will be available for rental for any on-demand flight, starting in May 2022.

The opening of the Falcon sector allows Astonjet to serve the whole world with its own fleet; and confirms the progression of Clair Group in all its aeronautical activities. The French group, founded in 2004 by Charles Clair, has been growing steadily in its airline operations, airport handling and training businesses. The two business aviation entities, Astonjet and Astonsky, were chosen for their complementary nature and their high level of expertise. Astonjet will be the operator of the aircraft, while Astonsky will provide accommodation and support.

The addition of this Falcon 7X to Astonjet’s fleet list marks the 400th transaction conducted by its partner Boutsen Aviation, a major player in the aircraft trading business.
This sale is the result of a fruitful collaboration with Astonjet and Astonsky Terminal, both well known for their high level of service,” said Dominique Trinquet, president of Boutsen Aviation.

“We are honored by this vote of confidence and pleased to inaugurate a new flight sector with this magnificent Falcon 7X. This confirms our quality of service and the extreme attention we pay to both our flight operations and our aircraft management services,” said Charles Clair, president of Clair Group.