Jetfly, the Luxembourg-based turboprop fractional operator, has signed for two new Socata TBM850s here at EBACE.

“With its completely integrated all-glass avionics, the new TBM850 version will help us to optimise our operations – easing the flight management for our pilots, and providing the greatest satisfaction for our customers,” says Jean-Marc Sassetti, Jetfly chief operating officer.

“Our clients will enjoy the comfort improvements, especially the cabin air conditioning system and cabin outfitting. In the current context of increasingly expensive oil, we think the TBM850 in our fractional ownership programme is a true asset to attract new business.”

Jetfly operates a fleet of Socata TBM850s, Pilatus PC12s and Piaggio Avanti IIs for more than 90-owners.

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Source: Flight Daily News