Thrive Aviation adds a G600 to its fleet
A total of 18 business jets will be owned and managed by the Las Vegas provider with the arrival of the Gulfstream.
With the order, Thrive Aviation becomes the first Part 135 operator to receive a Gulfstream G600, which is scheduled to be delivered in the third quarter.
"Thrive is delighted to continue our relationship with Gulfstream and to provide our clients and partners with another option in an inventory-scarce market," said Curtis Edenfield, CEO of Thrive.
As part of its expansion plans, the Nevada-based charter operator will add three twinjets to its Citation fleet, which includes seven Citations already.
Three additional Cessna Citation Longitudes are scheduled for delivery to Thrive in the first and second quarters as part of the company's strategic expansion plan. With the G600, the company will operate a total of 18 owned and managed fleets.
"Thrive's entry into this new aircraft class and our blossoming partnership with Gulfstream demonstrate how much we are building here at the company," Edenfield concluded.
With the addition of the Dassault Falcon 2000, Thrive has an existing fleet of Citations Longitude, Sovereign+, XLS+, CJ3+, and M2.