Geneva. 27 May 2024. A newly painted, teal blue and white Bombardier Global 6000, 9H-ANS, will be positioning in for EBACE 2024 on Sunday, showcasing a stylish new interior from leading British yacht designer, Andrew Winch.

The aircraft is operated under the AOC of Alliance Executive Jets, part of the Alliance Aviation Group, of Ireland.

It lands in Geneva having been freshly painted by General Atomics in Oberphaffenhofen, Germany.  It flies directly to Jet Aviation’s FBO  – for dressing.   From Tuesday it will be available for viewing.

Together with its new paint and interior,  the 6,000nm aircraft, which seats 12, has been fitted with Ka Band by Satcom Direct (upgraded from SBB).

Its interior was produced by F/LIST in Austria and Berlin, Germany and fitted out at London Biggin Hill Airport, coinciding with a 120-month maintenance inspection at Bombardier’s neighbouring facility.

Featuring on the aircraft’s exterior, in an industry first for a business aviation show, is a QR code, highlighting its carbon capture.  The code, when scanned, is 100% transparent showing which trips have been carbon offset, and which have not.

Alliance Executive Jets has operated the aircraft since September 2020, entering service just as Covid struck.  Since that time 9H-ANS has logged some 2,000 charter flying hours.   It’s home (hangarage) base is Alliance’s new Dublin Airport MRO / FBO facility, but it is a floating aircraft and is available for charter immediately from Geneva after its EBACE showing.

Accountable Manager at Alliance Executive Jets is Malta based Adrian Spiteri.  He will in EBACE together with a team led by Brendan McQuaid, Group CEO.

Alliance Aviation Group is participating at EBACE on the static (AD 10) with this aircraft and also with Transport Malta and the Malta Business Aviation Association.  Booth N63.