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Pinnacle Aviation adds Gulfstream G200 to luxury charter fleet

PINNACLE AVIATION ADDS GULFSTREAM G200 TO CHARTER FLEET

Scottsdale-based Pinnacle Aviation has added a Gulfstream G200 to its fleet of luxury charter aircraft. The G200 accommodates both domestic and international travel, with an exceptional range of more than 3,700 statute miles. Pinnacle Aviation provides private jet management, sales, acquisition and charters. The addition of the Gulfstream G200 brings the company’s charter fleet to a total of eight aircraft.

“The G200 is one of the most versatile business jets out there – able to handle everything from short regional day trips to transatlantic routes,” says Curt Pavlicek, founder and CEO of Pinnacle Aviation. “It is an extremely comfortable stand-up cabin with seating for 10 passengers. Our charter clients are extremely pleased to have this additional aircraft option for their business and personal travel needs.”

The G200 can accommodate 10 passengers with up to 150 cubic feet of baggage. The interior includes a forward four-seat club arrangement, an aft four-seat dining group and a two-seat divan. Amenities include a large forward galley, a full entertainment system with Airshow and iPod/iPad connectivity, satellite phone and satellite broadband with Wi-Fi.

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