After announcing that it would be expecting significant growth in 2018, Zenith Aviation has welcomed the first of two new Learjet 75s into London Biggin Hill Airport. The new aircraft arrived over the Easter weekend and the second is due in late April 2018.
They join two existing Learjet 75s at the outer London airport as part of an ongoing partnership with Bombardier. In December 2017, Zenith Aviation, which is part of Markerstudy Group, stated that it was very likely to consider purchasing more aircraft from Bombardier in the future.
Zenith Aviation is the only operator in the UK to fly the Learjet75s and first gained significant industry attention after purchasing them in 2016, citing them as the primary reason for an ‘unbelievably successful’ year in 2017.
Stuart Mulholland, Managing Director of Zenith Aviation commented: “We’re delighted to welcome a third Learjet75 into our fleet. 2018 is an exciting year for us and the sky is the limit with these new arrivals.”
“Our existing Learjet75s have exceeded our wildest expectations in the level of activity generated so we are hoping that the new aircraft can maintain this trend. Our business is synonymous with the Learjet brand and the Lear75 is the latest iteration of this iconic design. We are certainly interested in expanding our offering and going from strength to strength.”