London Biggin Hill airport-based Zenith Aviation has bolstered its fleet with the addition of two new aircraft, signalling both enhanced variety within its charter fleet and further expansion of its UK footprint. The company has added a Citation Latitude and a CJ2 to its UK AOC. The Latitude will be based at Biggin Hill and the CJ2 at Manchester. Both are immediately available for charter.
Zenith MD Stuart Mulholland comments: “I am delighted that we have been able to add these two types to our existing fleet. We have been hugely successful in selling our trademark Learjet 75 aircraft for many years and we can now provide greater diversity in our offering to the charter market. The Latitude takes luxury to the next level with its fabulous cabin and of course, extended range over the Learjets. The Manchester based CJ2 joins our London-based Citation M2 in providing lift over shorter range.”
Head of aircraft management Dan Welinder, who acts as the interface between the company and the managed aircraft clients, adds: “The M2 is proving hugely popular with our customers, so much so that we expect to add at least two further aircraft to this fleet before the end of the year. The first is expected to leave the US in early September with the final of the expected M2s, for now at least, following soon after. It is fair to say that we are looking forward to a busy end to what has been a very difficult year for everyone.”