Nomad Aviation adds three long-range aircraft to its charter and management fleet

posted on 10th February 2022 by Eddie Saunders
Nomad Aviation adds three long-range aircraft to its charter and management fleet

Nomad Aviation welcomes a Dassault Falcon 8X and a Gulfstream G550 to its fleet of managed aircraft.

In addition to these two aircraft, Nomad Aviation has also added a Bombardier Global 5000 to its Swiss
AOC, which will be ready for charter with immediate effect.

The Switzerland based and registered Bombardier Global 5000 has a non-stop range of 5’200 nautical
miles (9’630 km) at a cruising speed up to Mach 0.89.

Onboard, passengers will enjoy a spacious and
state-of-the-art cabin experience and an exceptionally smooth and restful flight thanks to the aircraft’s
advanced wing.

The cutting-edge 13 passenger, three-zone cabin is custom designed and fully equipped meeting the
various travel needs of different customers.

Fully berthable seats that recline flat to create beds allow for maximum relaxation.

The aircraft also features the latest satellite-based internet connectivity with Ka-band high-speed internet, with unlimited and uninterrupted streaming capabilities.

The aircraft is staffed with multiple and highly experienced flight crews, making even the most complex worldwide itineraries possible.

Thomas Köhli, CEO of Nomad Aviation said: “We are pleased to announce the continued growth of
our fleet, especially in the long-range aircraft segment.

“The Global 5000 combines range, speed, comfort and style and is one of the most appreciated large cabin series in the heavy executive jet market segment.”