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JetGlobe adds fourth aircraft in a year
A Legacy 600 is the fourth of the fleet additions to the JetGlobe fleet over 2023, and the long range jet is a crowd pleaser. Next comes a second Falcon 2000.
The Falcon 900 LX.

JetGlobe, an air taxi operator and aircraft management company based at Istanbul Atatürk airport in Turkey and a sister company to flight support and FBO services provider Bilen Air Services, is adding more aircraft to its charter fleet. The latest is a Legacy 600. Over the course of last year the company also brought on board a Global 5000 in July, and a Falcon 2000 and Falcon 900 LX in September. The Global 5000 is based at Bodrum airport in Turkey, the others at Atatürk.

"Currently, all four aircraft are actively providing the best service," says Bilen executive Yagmur Sahin. "Thanks to their long range and maximum passenger capacity, these fleet additions can easily reach all over Europe, the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa. And the long-range routes are made all the more pleasant and comfortable thanks to the spacious interior cabins and the speed provided by powerful engines, common features of all four. They have attracted a great deal of interest in just a short time."

JetGlobe will add a Falcon 2000 to its fleet towards the end of this month, increasing its overall fleet size to seven aircraft.

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