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Gainjet boosting private jet fleet at Shannon

€176m investment will bring plane count to11

4th November, 2018
Gainjet Ireland chief executive Ray Mills and Patrick Edmond, managing director of Shannon Group’s International Aviation Services Centre Picture: Arthur Ellis

Private jet charter operator GainJet Ireland is flying high after investing €176 million in its operations in Co Clare over the past three years, with more investment planned.

The company will have 11 jets based in Shannon Airport by the end of the year, up from the current eight.

Chief executive Ray Mills said: “We have invested over $200 million in the eight jets so far and will have three more before the end of the...

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