Luxaviation UK, part of the Luxaviation Group, has added an Embraer Legacy 650 to its fleet, in the same week as the Group reveals its figures for a “busy year”.

The Legacy 650 (G-SPCY) is available to Luxaviation UK clients for charter services and will be based alternately at Athens International Airport and one of London’s airports, meaning charter requests can be made from a variety of locations at short notice.

The Legacy 650 can accommodate up to 13 passengers, with a maximum flying distance of 3,900nm (7,222km).

George Galanopoulos, managing director, Luxaviation UK, said, “The Legacy 650 is a striking aircraft and this latest addition to our fleet is no exception. We are always seeking to provide an exceptional service to our clients, so adding more top-of-the-range aircraft to our books is essential.

“This is already our second fleet addition of the year, following January’s Cessna Citation XLS+, so come the busy spring and summer months we will be able to handle more charter requests to more destinations.”

The Luxaviation Group, which includes ExecuJet, has issued an infographic which sums up 2017 in figures.

Luxaviation infographic
Luxaviation Group has issued this infographic showing its “busy year”.

Luxaviation is one of the larger private aircraft operators worldwide, currently managing more than 270 aircraft operated under the regulatory umbrella of 15 regional civil aviation issued air-operating certificates (AOCs).

Luxaviation, in collaboration with Paragon Aviation Group, has a worldwide network of 52 FBOs, 14 maintenance and employs more than 1,700 employees.