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Windsor Jet adds new Gulfstream IVSP to Charter Fleet

Windsor Jet Management, a private jet charter operator based out of Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport, continues to grow it’s existing charter fleet and is proud to announce their newest Gulfstream IVSP aircraft addition registered N101CV. This aircraft is now available for domestic and international charter flights.

As a heavy jet aircraft, the Gulfstream IVSP is an ideal intercontinental-range business jet with its sleek interior and long distance performance. In addition, the aircraft offers a spacious floor plan with its 13 passenger executive configuration, cream color leather interior, honeywood veneers and gold plated fixtures. The layout includes a forward four-place seating area with two executive tables separated from the mid and aft cabins by a fully closing cabin partition. The mid-cabin features a three-place fabric divan opposite two individual cabin chairs. The aft cabin features a four-place conference group with adjustable butterfly-style conference table opposite a credenza. The aircraft is fully equipped with full-sized aft galley, microwave, oven, digital monitors and Airshow 400.

Windsor Jet’s Chief Operating Officer, Nigel England stated, “We are thrilled to announce the new aircraft addition to our charter certificate and look forward to the continued growth of our company and current fleet size. Our ongoing success is directly attributed to our highly dedicated team of aviation experts in management, flight operations, safety, maintenance and crew.”

Windsor Jet Charter specializes in 24/7, on demand, one-way charter flights worldwide and is among the select few charter operators who have earned the highest level of industry safety certifications, AR/GUS Platinum Rating. With this addition, Windsor Jet now has a charter fleet of 12 aircraft consisting of Hawker 800XP, Citation X and Gulfstream IV models with future plans to add several more aircraft this year.

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