Albinati Aeronautics’ new generation of aircraft has the ability to fly to airports other aircraft simply cannot reach.
With the addition of a brand-new Pilatus PC-24 alongside the Citation Latitude already in operation, Albinati Aeronautics continues to fly its customers the closest to their final destination thus becoming an inescapable operator for those people willing to fly throughout Europe and more specifically to those airports with short runways.
The COVID-19 crisis has led to an increase in demand for private flights that avoid congested airports, crowded airlines and cancelled flights.
Albinati Aeronautics is proud to be certified to land at airports such as Saanen / Gstaad, a destination particularly appreciated by our customers and La Môle airport near St Tropez, one of the most popular and glamorous destinations in Europe. The runway there is just over 1,180 meters long, forcing large jets that require a greater landing distance to use more distant airports.
The same can be said of Lugano airport and London City, where our PC24 and the Latitude can operate.
The best is yet to come!
Not only it offers the best aircraft for short- and medium-range flights but Albinati Aeronautics also operates the largest fleet of Bombardier Global in Switzerland and, in addition, they just welcomed a brand new Global 7500 earlier this month. Two more Bombardier Global 7500 will follow and join the Albinati Aeronautics fleet between the end of this year and early 2021.
Engineered for total performance and featuring an industry leading 7,700 nm range, no other business jet offers the Global 7500 aircraft's ultimate combination of comfort, range, speed, field performance and smooth ride. The Global 7500 stands alone as the world’s largest and longest-range business jet. Within its luxurious interior are four true living spaces, a full-size kitchen and a dedicated crew suite.
With this exceptional aircraft in its fleet, Albinati Aeronautics is more than ever ready to resume long-distance flights once travel restrictions are lifted.