Monday 21 June: Departure of a Gulf 5, registration VP-CDF ( a Cayman Islands registration), owned by Business Aviation Asia. It went first to Hong Kong, then to Shanghai Pudong. One can assume that the criticisms of the treatment of Hong Kong do not prevent business!
Tuesday 22 June: Arrival from the Moscow executive airport of a big Airbus ACJ319 Company Jet. This aircraft, which may seat up to 39 passengers, is owned by the Russian Magnate Andrey Guryev and operated by the company MJET. Since it specifically avoided overflying Belarus, one can assume that its passengers were not all Russian.
Wednesday 23 June: Two jets (a Gulf 5 and a Gulf 7) belonging to Rolex went simultaneously to and back from Bern. A big delegation! Important Meeting?
Thursday 24 June: A long flight of a NetJets Gulf 5, coming from Seletar Singapore via Baku. That might have cost a lot, but be related to Football! The aircraft went back to Singapore the next day.
Thursday 24 June: A new company called Hibernian Airline, registered in Ireland, sent a Challenger CL-600 from Maastricht to Geneva, then quickly back to Maastricht. Hibernian Airline is a “wet lease” company, which provides an aircraft, complete crew, maintenance, and insurance (ACMI) to another airline or other type of business acting as a broker of air travel (the lessee), which pays by hours operated.
Friday 25 June: an Embraer Legacy 600 of London Executive Aviation came from Luton London to Geneva, calling in on the way at Marseille, Le Bourget Paris, and Rome Ciampino. These executives certainly get around!
Saturday 26 June: Albinati Aviation Pilatus PC24 off to Glasgow. I think there are some football matches there! Quarantine on return?
Sunday 27 June: Another new Global 6000 from NetJets Sales Inc, going from Geneva to Addison Texas via Fort Lauderdale. The sort of route that ex-president Donald T could take.
More details for these flights, and all other since 2009, can be obtained via the ARAG Web site
D’autres détails pour ces vols, et tous les autres vols depuis 2009, peuvent être obtenus via le site WEB de l’ARAG