Boeing has agreed to provide global private jet charter operator GainJet with a range of Jeppesen flight operation digital solutions.

Boeing’s digital solutions such as Operator, JetPlanner Pro, FliteDeck Pro X and Aviator will allow GainJet to efficiently operate its fleet and help all crucial ‘business aviation functionalities’ to be incorporated into a ‘one-stop-shop, self-service environment’.

Boeing Global Services Business and General Aviation vice-president William Ampofo said: “This agreement highlights the strength of our comprehensive suite of integrated offerings.

“Bringing together these tools into a single consolidated ecosystem creates measurable efficiency for our customers that is world-class.”

Headquartered in Athens, Greece, GainJet Aviation has more than 20 VIP aircraft stationed throughout Europe, the Middle-East and Africa.

They include VIP Boeing 757, VIP Boeing 737, Boeing Business Jet (BBJ), Bombardier Global 5000, Challenger 605, Challenger 604, Embraer Legacy 600, Embraer Lineage 1000, Gulfstream G650, G550, G450, Learjet 60XR, VIP MD87 and Cessna Citation X.

GainJet CEO captain Ramsey Shaban said: “We have a longstanding relationship with Boeing, and share a commitment to quality.

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“With our growing fleet of over 20 VIP aircraft, including four Boeing Business Jets, and an extensive operation that serves VIP passengers from all over the world, their Jeppesen digital solutions strengthen our service offerings and enable us to be even more responsive to the needs of our customers.”

In May, Boeing agreed to provide its Jeppesen Operator and Jeppesen JetPlanner Pro digital solutions to Jet Aviation and HK Bellawings Jet.