The following charter aircraft were announced this week; new additions to operator fleets and currently available for charter.
Discovery Jets continues the growth of its fleet by the introduction of a Hawker 1000A, available for on-demand charter exclusively marketed by AirX America on a floating base model.
The aircraft is manufactured in 1995 and offers a 2020 refurbished interior with complimentary domestic WiFi, hot galley, microwave oven, bluetooth sound system, privacy cabin door and is pet friendly.
In addition to the Hawker 1000A, Discovery Jets also floats a Citation X and Challenger 300 for point to point charters.
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Modesto Jet Center has added a Nextant 400XT to its Part 135 air charter fleet. The light business jet seats eight passengers and is popular for its roomy comfort designed for plenty of head and shoulder room in the cabin.
The aircraft has a 530-mph cruising speed and an IFR range of 2,005 nautical miles with four passengers. With both comfort and performance, this aircraft is an ideal choice for trips up and down the coast, to Mexico and throughout the United States.
Modesto Jet also operates four Pilatus PC-12 and two King Air turboprops based MOD.
The Colorado based 2007 Pilatus PC-12 executive turboprop is now available for charter and operated by Mayo Aviation from Denver-Centennial Airport. Mayo carries ratings from all four 3rd-party audit organizations; ARGUS, WYVERN, ACSF and IS-BAO.
The PC-12 joins Mayo’s colorado-based fleet of 14 turboprops, light, midsize and heavy jets.
There are currently three Pilatus PC-12’s for charter based in the Denver-Front Range area, and six in Colorado.
Sources: Company news releases, FlightList PRO platform
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