Zenith Aviation adds more Learjet 75s to its fleet


Zenith Aviation has added a third Learjet 745 to its fleet at London Biggin Hill Airport, with a fourth set to arrive later this month.

The new additions join two existing Learjet 75s at the hub, underlining Zenith Aviation’s ongoing partnership with Bombardier. Zenith Aviation is the only operator in the UK to fly the Learjet 75s, having purchased its first in 2016.

Stuart Mulholland, managing director of Zenith Aviation, commented: “We’re delighted to welcome a third Learjet 75 into our fleet – 2018 is an exciting year for us and the sky is the limit with these new arrivals.

“Our existing Learjet 75s 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 Lear-75 is the latest iteration of this iconic design. We are certainly interested in expanding our offering and going from strength to strength.”


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