Since the launch of its Learjet 45 operations PremiAir reports that it has seen a high demand for these aircraft and as a result has added a third of the type to its growing fixed wing fleet. This Learjet 45XR, manufactured in 2009, will be available for charter from May 2011.
Every Learjet 45 operated by PremiAir is fully available for charter and capable of accommodating up to eight passengers in a spacious vip cabin with double club seating. "Seats that recline, track and swivel, fold-down work tables, separate washroom and large baggage compartment make this private jet an excellent choice for business and leisure travellers alike," the company says.
The Learjet 45 is capable of flying for four hours without a fuel stop, enabling it to transfer passengers directly from London to Moscow. The capability to fly from short runways allows it to land at destinations such as Chambrey, and the PremiAir Learjet 45s are also approved to fly in and out of London City Airport.