Jet Aviation has added a new Global 6000 aircraft to its managed fleet in the Middle East, the company said. The aircraft is based in the United Arab Emirates and is one of 20 aircraft managed in the region by the company. The fleet includes one Airbus, four Bombardier, one BBJ, two Cessna, three Dassault Falcon and eight Gulfstream aircraft. It plans to add additional aircraft in the coming weeks, including a Gulfstream G650. 

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