Weeze: Exxareo is stationing second Premier 1A

Photo: Airport Weeze.
Photo: Airport Weeze.

Weeze: Exxareo is stationing second Premier 1A

Photo: Airport Weeze.
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In the area of ​​business aviation, there is news at Niederrhein Airport: The airline company Exxaero based there is launching a second Beechcraft Hawker Premier 1A aircraft. The company and two six-seat jets are based in Weeze.

Originally Dutch private jet company Exxaero is delighted with this latest addition to its German fleet, says CEO Rogier Buijs. “With the ongoing global health crisis, more and more people are choosing the advantages of private flying over commercial flying. We are currently seeing increased demand, especially for smaller private jets. The second Premier 1A is a very welcome addition to our fleet and will not only strengthen our position in the German market. It also enables us to offer our high-end services even better to existing and new customers in the eastern regions of the Netherlands ”.

Over the years Exxaero has developed an established name in the Dutch private aviation industry. In addition to the branches in Amsterdam and Eindhoven, the company has expanded its business to Germany in the past few years, where it operates from Weeze Airport with its own German air transport operator certificate and maintains a close relationship with its subsidiary Solid Handling. In addition to the Premier 1A, the airline operates a diverse fleet of private jets such as the Dassault Falcon 7X, various Falcon 900s and the Cessna Citation Sovereign.

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