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Lee's 'dangerous' reputation appeals to Jota
Reacting to an increased demand in passenger requests, Southend-based Jota Aviation has added a King Air E90 to its expanding fleet.

Reacting to an increased demand in passenger requests, Southend-based Jota Aviation has added a King Air E90 to its expanding fleet.

Fully refurbished in January 2012 and complementing the existing King Air passenger aircraft, the new addition seats up to six passengers. The E90 is strategically based at Biggin Hill airport, with crews on standby so that it can be airborne in less than an hour from confirmation.

The company has also appointed Andrew Lee as a new member of its commercial team.

Previously commercial manager with Skydrift, Lee brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience having worked in the aviation and logistics industry for over 20 years. Among other specialist projects he will be overseeing the implementation of the Dangerous Goods Licence.

"We are delighted to welcome such a successful and well respected member of the industry to Jota Aviation," says md Andy Green. "The added skills, expertise and credibility that Andrew brings to complement the team make this a very exciting appointment, and we look forward to further successes with him on board."

"It will be great to work with Andy and the team at Jota Aviation; with new appointments and some fantastic opportunities ahead it's an exciting time to be joining the company," says Lee of his new role.