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Comlux commits sixth aircraft to Moscow

February 10, 2012:

Comlux has taken delivery of a new Airbus ACJ319 under management contract for an undisclosed customer, and this has become the sixth aircraft managed and operated by Fly Comlux in Russia.

The fleet based in Moscow also includes an ACJ318, two Global XRS, a Global 5000 and a Challenger 605. The aircraft is available on the vip charter market and has a cabin certified for 19 passengers and designed by Comlux Creatives' designer Tim Callies.

The main room offers a vip lounge with L-shaped divan, two club seats and a large dining table for six guests. At the front of the cabin a fully private compartment has a large bedroom with two beds completed by a dedicated bathroom with shower. The cabin also features a first class seating area at the back for guests.

"This new management contract for Comlux confirms its experience in operating the ACJ family and its positioning as the premier Airbus vip operator worldwide," says Andrea Zanetto, ceo of Fly Comlux. "Together with our ACJ318 already based in Moscow, the ACJ319 offers a highly comfortable and luxurious flying experience for our clientele in Russia, the CIS countries and the Middle East region".

The total Comlux fleet comprises 19 aircraft and includes two ACJ319s, a 767BBJ, four Global Express, three Challenger 605s, two Challenger 850s and a Dassault Falcon 900 LX.

 

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