King Air C90 GTX returns to Jota Aviation’s charter fleet

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Jota Aviation has welcomed back a Beechcraft King Air C90 GTX to its charter fleet at London Southend Airport, UK. The company previously operated this aircraft from 2011-2014. The interior features six seats, including a club four. The aircraft was built in 2010 and has a range of 1,300 nautical miles. It is Jota’s fifth King Air.

The company also recently gained approval to widen its AOC coverage for its entire fleet, to include the Middle East, Africa, Iceland, Russia and the Azores.

Meanwhile, a BAe 146-200 that joined Jota’s fleet in October 2014 is now available for charter. The aircraft features 50 business-class seats in a 2-2 configuration. The seats, supplied by Aircraft Components Services, are upholstered in two-tone gray leather.

“We are confident we will get a lot of demand for this version, especially with the 146’s short runway performance too,” said Mike Sessions, commercial manager at Jota. “We will also make available first-class hot or cold VIP catering on china, with appropriate metal cutlery and glasses. We have already flown a number of sports teams – rugby and football – as well as film production teams this summer, in addition to our sub-charter ACMI airline work for major UK and European airlines.”

July 24, 2015

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