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Operating from brand new, state-of-the-art maintenance facilities

Addition of Bombardier Challenge 604 expands, diversifies MJETS managed fleet

MJETS is pleased to announce the continued expansion and diversification of its managed fleet of executive aircraft with the addition of the long-range Bombardier Challenger 604 business jet, which will be operated and maintained by MJETS at its Private jet Terminal at Don Mueang Airport on behalf of its owner.

“The addition of Bombardier ‘s Challenger 604 to our portfolio highlights MJETS’ capabilities in both flight operations and maintenance across an broad range of business aircraft, “ stated Mark Thibault, the company’s CEO. “With our considerable resources and expertise, we are well-positioned to provide the best one-stop service to business jet owners in the region for any aircraft type or make.”

The newest member of the MJETS family is capable of accommodating up to 12 passengers and offers a range of 3,714 nautical miles, at speeds of up to Mach .82 and at altitudes up to 41,000 feet. Its spacious, quiet, wide-body cabin allows passengers the opportunity to work or rest in total comfort and tranquillity.

Operating from brand new, state-of-the-art maintenance facilities at Don Mueang International Airport, MJETS’ provides a full range of services to business jet owners including a professional multilingual flight dispatch team standing by to process flight requests and prepare all of the necessary permits, in-flight catering, and highly experienced flight attendants providing VIP service.

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