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Synergy enhances managed fleet with CitationJet and King Air
Synergy Aviation has added two aircraft to its managed fleet. The first, a CitationJet, will be operated for a private owner, mainly around the Mediterranean basin.

Synergy Aviation has added two aircraft to its managed fleet. The first, a CitationJet, will be operated for a private owner, mainly around the Mediterranean basin. Md Glen Heavens comments: “We have been operating the CJ series of aircraft for over five years, both on our AOC and for private owners. This latest addition strengthens our position in this sector and we look forward to adding more jets to our fleet in the future.

“I am often asked if we have operated any of our jets from Fairoaks, which of course we don't and, while our head office is at Fairoaks, we have based aircraft in various locations including Dubai and Malta. We are not limited to having our aircraft outside our office!”

Synergy's operations in the Middle East include weekly flights to Afghanistan and regular flights to Iraq. “Afghanistan is one of the most starkly beautiful countries I have ever been to, although clearly we have had to adopt some significant security procedures,” adds Heavens.

Synergy has also added a second aircraft: a four-year-old King Air C90GTi which will be available for charter in September. The addition of this aircraft increases Synergy's King Air fleet to five, with two B200, two B200GT and the C90GTi.