Chantilly Air adds Lear 45 to charter fleet

Chantilly Air, a premier aviation services provider in Washington DC, has announced the addition of a Lear 45 to its chartered fleet.
This light cabin aircraft manufactured in 2000 with a custom interior installed in 2014 has a spacious interior which seats 9 passengers is available immediately for domestic and international charter.
“We are thrilled to add this Lear 45 to our charter fleet,” said Tim Sullivan, Chantilly Air’s chief operating officer. This aircraft if the perfect size to meet the needs of our Clientele who are looking for smaller aircraft charter options in the Washington D.C. area, yet provides the ability to fly non-stop as far west as Denver.
Chantilly Air’s growing fleet of charter aircraft now provides clients with direct access to light, mid, super-mid and heavy jet aircraft in a time that individuals and companies are looking for safe alternatives to commercial air travel.
“The Washington D.C. market has had a limited number of small charter aircraft based in the region yet has a high demand for them,” said Caleb Stitely, Chantilly Air’s marketing and client relations manager. This addition provides a light-jet resource for the D.C. market at a critical time for private charter.”
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