AVWest orders Global XRSs

written by australianaviation.com.au | July 16, 2010
A Global Express XRS in flight. (Bombardier)

Perth based business jet operator AVWest has placed an order for four Bombardier Global Express XRSs, valued at US$213m (A$262m) based on list prices.

“Our clientele is increasingly travelling to overseas destinations, including Europe, Asia and the Middle East, and now is the right time to add ultra long range jets to our fleet,” said Tim Roberts, principal, AVWest. “The Global Express XRS aircraft is an amazing jet from all angles. The voluminous cabin offers passengers the comfort they require for long trips and access to the communication tools they need to keep business going or remain entertained during flight.

AVWest is a privately owned company based at the Perth Jet Centre at Perth Airport, and operates a modern fleet of aircraft including Challenger 604s, Global Express and an AgustaWestland AW109.

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