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Zenith Aviation shows its newest business jet

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Tatjana Obrazcova

Zenith Aviation, based at Biggin Hill Airport, showed its newest business aircraft on its AOC, a 2008 built Cessna Citation XLS (registered G-ZENT msn 560-5756) at the British General Aviation Day.

The aircraft was added to its AOC last week and is expected to perform its first flight for Zenith Aviation this Friday.

Stuart Mulholland, managing director of Zenith Aviation said that the company is growing and is scheduled to add further business aircraft this year including a new Piaggio Avanti EVO turboprop (to be registered G-ZNTH) due for delivery on 15th December 2015. The company has a contract for eight Avanti EVOs and expects that it will sign for its second aircraft in the near future, with a delivery date in Q3/Q4 2016.

Zenith Aviation’s current fleet is two Learjets, an XLS and Challenger 604. Mulholland hopes to add a further Learjet on 1st October and is currently negiotating for two Challenger 604’s, another Learjet and XLS for delivery over the coming months.

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