Global Crossing Airlines Group (GlobalX) operated over 2,500 block hours in July and approximately 2,400 block hours in August, bringing the quarter total to 4,900 compared to 3,157 hours in July and August 2022, a 55% increase. Global X chairman and CEO Ed Wegel said that the company was continuing the “strong momentum gained in July with nine passenger aircraft and 2 A321 Freighters operating, adding that he expects a “strong finish to the third quarter” as the company transitions to the fall program”. During the third quarter, Global X has taken delivery of it 10th passenger aircraft, N285GX, and
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