Private air charter operator SaxonAir announces the addition of a Hawker 900XP jet to their aircraft fleet to be based at a new location of Farnborough Airport. This addition brings the Hawker fleet at SaxonAir up to a total of 4, this creates the largest ad-hoc Hawker fleet in the UK and represents continued expansion of the managed aircraft fleet and further growth for SaxonAir.
The Hawkers are still hugely popular aircraft with on-board cabin service as standard setting it apart from competitors such as the XLS+, Latitude and Learjet 75
‘Entering another aircraft into the London market also strengthens SaxonAir’s presence significantly and joins our other London bases at Luton, Stansted and Denham as well as a base at Cannes and the company’s headquarters in Norwich’ said Chris Mace, Group Commercial Director.
To charter the Hawker 900XP contact SaxonAir’s dedicated charter team by calling +44 (0)1603 518118 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SaxonAir operates on its own Civil Aviation Authority Air Operators Certificate (AOC), approval number GB2327 for the fixed wing operation and GB2425 for rotary. SaxonAir was established in April 2007 and was sold to Klyne Aviation in 2009, becoming part of the business portfolio under ownership of East Anglian business entrepreneur Roger Klyne. Under the Klyne Aviation Group ownership it has continued to develop the business significantly and expand the modern and varied aircraft fleet. The wide variety of aircraft available enables SaxonAir to provide their clients with a perfectly tailored private air travel service – a one-stop solution specifically designed to fulfil their individual needs. In 2010, SaxonAir was awarded a 10 year contract as the preferred handling agent for Norwich International Airport. The handling and flight support team at SaxonAir has since more than doubled to cope with the increased operational demand. In May 2011, SaxonAir moved into its multimillion pound purpose built Business Aviation Centre (BAC) headquarters at Norwich International Airport.It comprises a three-storey administration and passenger handling facility located between two large hangars. This first class new development was designed specifically to meet the needs of both private & business aviation industry and the offshore energy sector. In July 2012, SaxonAir was awarded a flight support contract with offshore helicopter operator Dancopter providing logistics support and handling which runs alongside existing contracts with operator NHV Helicopters and offshore provider Shell. SaxonAir also provides support services to private aircraft owners and other airline operators in continuing airworthiness management and line support maintenance. SaxonAir Charter Ltd operates in excess of 2,500 hours flying per annum of air charter throughout Europe, Russia, the Middle East and Africa. SaxonAir Flight Support Ltd now handles over 10,000 movements, 50,000 passengers and 700 tonnes of freight per annum.Its continuing success makes SaxonAir one of the fastest growing business aviation companies in the UK and a significant provider of aircraft services within the private air charter industry.
SaxonAir’s current aircraft fleet now consists of:
· Gulfstream G550 Heavy Jet (Registration G-MRLX)
· Hawker 900XP Midsize Jet (Registration G-KLNE)
· Hawker 900XP Midsize Jet (Registration G-RCFC)
· Hawker 750XP Midsize Jet (Registration G-TWIY)
· Hawker 900XP Midsize Jet (Registration G-SCPJ)
· Citation Mustang Very Light Jet (Registration G-KLNW)
· Eurocopter EC120 Helicopter (Registration G-KLNP)
· Embraer Legacy 500 (Registration G-SUEJ)
· Embraer Phenom 300 (Registration G-WZAP)
· Augusta Westland 109 Helicopter (Registration G-KLNH)
· Augusta Westland 109 Helicopter (Registration G-MUZZ)
· Augusta Westland 109 Helicopter (Registration G-PIFZ)
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