US aircraft management fleet grows
Gama Aviation Signature adds four new large cabin aircraft to US aircraft management fleet.
SHELTON, CT – March 6, 2018 – Gama Aviation Signature, the largest aircraft management company in the United States, announced today that it is expanding its managed aircraft fleet with the addition of four large cabin business jets – a Challenger 350, a Gulfstream 550 and two Gulfstream IV-SP aircraft. Gama Aviation Signature’s growing fleet continues to offer a wide variety of aircraft types to satisfy all client needs. The company currently manages over 200 aircraft in the United States and over 250 worldwide.
The new Gulfstream IV-SP additions are the ideal intercontinental-range business jets. Each cabin measures 45.1 feet long by 7.3 feet wide by 6.1 feet tall, making it spacious and comfortable to accommodate up to 13 passengers. Providing the ideal choice for business or leisure travel, each G-IVSP is equipped with Wi-Fi connection and the latest in-flight technologies for passengers to remain relaxed yet productive. One of the new Gulfstream IV-SPs is currently based at Miami Opa-Locka Executive Airport (OPF) and is already available for immediate charter. The second G-IVSP will call Teterboro Airport (TEB) home and will be available for charter at the end of this month.
These new Gulfstream IV-SPs mark the 28th and 29th Gulfstream jet to Gama Aviation Signature’s US aircraft management fleet. The new Challenger 350 and Gulfstream 550 mark the 2nd Challenger 350 and the 9th Gulfstream 550 respectively.
“We are pleased to offer our clients more options for their intermediate and long range missions,” said KC Ihlefeld, Senior Vice President of Aircraft Management. “These aircraft are perfect additions to our US charter fleet of heavy, midsized and light jets. We expect the aircraft to be in high demand and support as well as contribute to Gama Aviation Signature’s fast-paced US charter business.”