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MHS Aviation took delivery of the first Embraer Praetor 600 in Europe

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A factory new Embraer Praetor 600 joined the fleet of Munich based operator MHS Aviation last week, bringing the total fleet size to 18 aircraft complemented by one Agusta Westland 109.

„We are extremely proud to become the first German airline to operate this fantastic new aircraft. With our tailored offerings and boutique service we have been selected as the ideal operator by the owner“, Steffen Fries said. The CEO of MHS Aviation continued: „our experience in the delivery process of a new aircraft was a very important topic for the owner and we could again exceed the promises made“.

The Praetor 600 delivers a nonstop range of 4,018 nm (7,441 km). With this intercontinental aircraft, you can easily fly non-stop from one continent to another. The Praetor 600 will take you from London to New York or Dubai to London. It can operate from a runway as short as 3,000 feet. „This is a perfect supplement to our existing Heavy Jet fleet of Dassault Falcon 2000LX and Bombardier Challenger 604´s. With the transatlantic range or 10 passengers on board, it can perform a wide range of missions for our customers“ Fries added. „A perfect interplay of performance, comfort and efficiency. An aspect, which will become more important in the future. Similar to our Falcon 2000LX fleet, it offers a non-stop transatlantic range with the lowest fuel burn in the industry“.

MHS Aviation is based in Munich, Germany. It was founded in 1977. MHS Aviation offers a portfolio of aircraft management services, VIP charter, ACMI as well as scheduled services on Dornier 328TP. As an Argus Platinum-certified operator, MHS Aviation has proven its focus on safety and quality. From Global Express XRS and Gulfstream 550 to Learjet45 and CJ2+, MHS operates a wide range of aircraft types, of which most are available for charter. In addition, MHS Aviation also manages aircraft under NCC rules.