Beirut-based ImperialJet has signed a three-year agreement with Bombardier to train the fractional ownership and charter company's pilots and engineers/mechanics assigned to the Learjet 60, Learjet 60XR, Challenger 604 and Challenger 605. The training will take place at Bombardier Aircraft Training Centres.
ImperialJet plans to more than quadruple its fleet during the next three years as part of a wider strategy to exploit flourishing demand for business aircraft in its target regions of Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Russia. The company today has a fleet that includes various Challenger and Learjet models, as well as a Gulfstream GIII.
Source: Flight Daily News