The History of Unijet

  • The History of Unijet

  • Established in 1967, Unijet is a long established European business aviation company. Its long experience is dedicated to an essentially international clientele. Unijet is an active member of the Federation Nationale de l‘Aviation Marchande (FNAM) and of European Business Aviation Association (EBAA).
    Unijet is now trading as Luxaviation France, Luxaviation Portugal and Luxaviation Switzerland

  • 1967

    • Unijet was founded under a joint venture (Marcel Dassault and Association AILEC), launch of the Falcon 20
  • 1980

    • Unijet becomes the European leader with 28 aircraft and offices based in Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom. Teterboro has also a representative office
  • 1987

    • Vincent Bolloré acquires Unijet and integrates the Falcon 10
  • 1992

    • Unijet becomes the first operator certificated in public transport for London City with its Falcon 10
  • 1993

    • Anne Bouis and Dannys Famin acquire Unijet
  • 1999

    • The Falcon 900 joins the fleet, the first long range aircraft available from Le Bourget
  • 2012

    • Creation of the new terminal, one of the most modern at Paris - Le Bourget
  • 2013

    • Luxaviation acquires Unijet
  • 2016

    • Unijet joins Masterjet and is now trading as
    • Luxaviation France