Jota Aviation welcomes Beechcraft King Air C90 GTX to charter fleet

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Jota Aviation has added a low time, top of the range King Air C90 GTX, G-MOSJ to its fleet that offers a 1,300nm range and smart interior, configured for six seats in a Club 4 plus two arrangement. The aircraft is the company’s fifth King Air.

Jota Aviation has also announced it gained approval to widen its AOC coverage for its entire fleet, including its BAe 146-200 jet, to include the Middle East, Africa, Iceland, Russia and the Azores. The BAe 146-200, which joined Jota’s fleet in October 2014, is now available for charter, sporting 50 executive seats.

“We are confident we will get a lot of demand for this version [of the BAe 146-200], especially with the 146’s short runway performance too,” commented commercial manager Mike Sessions.

July 29, 2015

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