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Mjet

MJET
IATA
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ICAO
MJF
Callsign
EM-EXPRESS
Founded 2007
Hubs Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kiev, Vienna, Geneva
Fleet size 13
Destinations Worldwide
Headquarters Schwechat, Austria
Website www.mjet.eu
A MJet Fokker 100 takes off from Zürich-Kloten airport

MJET GmbH is an Austrian air operator registered in Vienna, Austria. Established in 2007, the company is specialized in business jet management and operation, as well as in other aviation-related activities, including consulting, flight support, aircraft sales & acquisitions, new or used aircraft deliveries.

An operations control center, coordinating the company's worldwide operations, is located at MJET's headquarters in Schwechat, Austria, close to Vienna International Airport.

Fleet

[1] (ordered by range)
A/C Type QTY Range Seats
Gulfstream G550 1 Ultra-long-range 16
Gulfstream V 1 Ultra-long-range 16
Airbus A319CJ 1 Ultra-long-range 21
Global 6000 1 Ultra-long-range 12
Global 5000 1 Long-range 13
Gulfstream G450 2 Long-range 16
Gulfstream G200 3 Medium-range 9-10
Fokker 100EJ * 3 Medium-range 19

(*) Fokker 100 Executive Jet[2]

Fokker 100 Executive Jet

Starting in December 2007, MJET becomes the operator of three Fokker 100EJ bizliners. The Fokker 100 Executive Jet is the result of a modification project which had two phases: interior modification (2007) and additional fuel tank system installation (2010). The bizliner has a charter capacity of 19 seats (commercial operation configuration) in three distinct privacy areas. The additional fuel tanks increase the aircraft range to approximatively 4,800 km.

Recent Aircraft Deliveries

In 2010 and 2011 MJET took delivery of 5 new business jets on behalf of various customers; the new additions to the company's fleet of managed aircraft included 2 Hawker 900XP, 2 Gulfstream G200 and 1 Gulfstream G450. In 2012 MJET was granted a Global 5000 management contract by an undisclosed Eastern European corporation.

References

  1. ^ Austrian Aircraft Register
  2. ^ F100EJ brings bizliner role to retired Fokker 100 twinjets

External links

  • Official website
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