Private Jet Central Unveils New Addition to Fleet

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Private Jet Central has added the first in a planned series of aircraft to its fleet. The new Falcon 2000 will enter service in May 2012 on the popular London to Barbados route.

Falcon 2000 at Private Jet Central

The new Falcon 2000 will give many years of quality service

As part of the planned expansion of their fleet of aircraft in 2012 Private Jet Central are pleased to announce the introduction of their latest jet the Falcon 2000. Predominantly used for long haul flights it will enter service on the popular London to Barbados flight plan and other long haul destinations from London.

The Dassault Falcon 2000 has a maximum range of 3,800 nm and can carry 8-12 passengers in comfort at a cruising speed of 0.8 mach. The interior is has a number of flexible configurations for passenger comfort and has a full service galley, accessible baggage compartments and full multi-media capability. Andrew Hudson Director of Aviation at Private Jet Central has said “We are sure the new Falcon 2000 will give many years of quality service”.

Pleasure and business users who want to fly private jet from London to Barbados can book flights quickly and easily on the Private Jet Central website. Frequent flyers can now benefit from the I-Jet Card which offers significant time and financial savings to Private Jet Central clients.

About Private Jet Central
Private Jet Central is a global jet charter company with offices in the United Kingdom, United States and the Middle East. Established in 2001 they offer a range of jet charter services to business and pleasure users in the UK and Europe. As well as jet charters Private Jet Central offer a range of aircraft management services. More information on the full range of services offered by Private Jet Central is available from their website at http://www.privatejetcentral.com/ and also by contacting any of their offices by phone or via e-mail.

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