Last week Gulfstream made the surprising announcement it will cease production of the aircraft Forbes’ Custom described as a “Business Aviation Icon”. In order to pave the way for one of the most highly anticipated aircraft Gulfstream has ever created in the G500, the G450 will make its last delivery to a customer in early 2018.
After a monumental year of growth in 2015, Magellan Jets is continuing the trend in 2016. There have been some exciting new developments with more to come before year’s end. From new membership deals to prestigious awards, there are things you may have missed during the year of rapid growth. Here are 5 things you may not know about Magellan Jets.
According to the National Business Aviation Association, employees save 3 hours and are 50% more productive when flying private instead of commercial. More and more companies are investing in a business aircraft to maximize their employees productivity. Through the Magellan Jets’ jet-specific membership program, your company can have access to the top jets built for your business. Here are the top 3 business aircraft that your company should be looking at in 2016.
When the Gulfstream G450 was introduced to the world, The Financial Times referred to it as a “high-speed time saver”. The long-range business jet has certainly lived up to it’s name. With the ability to fly nonstop from New York to Sao Paulo, Brazil, the G450 is giving companies back their most valuable asset, time. Since Magellan Jets is offering up to 6 free hours in a G450 for a limited time only with new memberships, now is the perfect time to see why the aircraft has earned such a loyal following. Here are five ways a Gulfstream G450 can help your company in 2016.
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For a limited time only, receive 7.5% Federal Excise Tax exemption when you invest in private aviation between now and Dec 31, 2020, per the 2020 US CARES Act.