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Titan Airways acquires brand new Phenom 300

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes

Titan Airways has added a brand new Phenom 300 to its fleet.  The executive jet, which seats 9 passengers in ultimate comfort, was delivered to our London Stansted base on 27th May direct from the manufacturer in Fort Lauderdale, USA.

The Phenom 300, the world’s most delivered business jet for the past three years, offers top-tier speed, climb and field performance, next-generation avionics, class-leading fuel efficiency and exceptional cabin and baggage capacity.

The popular aircraft, registered G-POWO, will be Stansted-based and used to support Titan Airways commercial operations for time-critical crew movements. When not in operation on behalf of Titan Airways the Phenom 300 will be managed by SaxonAir, who will market the aircraft for private charter use.

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