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FlairJet expects plenty of EU charter with nine seat Phenom 300
FlairJet at Oxford, UK, has welcomed a factory-new Phenom 300 to its managed fleet.
Read this story in our March 2015 printed issue.

FlairJet at Oxford, UK, has welcomed a factory-new Phenom 300 to its managed fleet. The aircraft will be available for charter immediately, and will initially be based at Florence airport, Italy, before moving to Ibiza in the Balearic Islands for the summer.

The operator, a division of Marshall Aviation Services, pioneered commercial operations with both the Phenom 300 and 100 in Europe and is delighted to be enhancing its managed portfolio. The latest jet joins a roster comprising two Phenom 100s, a King Air 350i, a Citation Mustang, Bravo and XLS.

The Phenom 300 is configured with nine seats and features a BMW designed interior, a two-seater divan in the forward portion of the cabin, one four-place club seating arrangement and two individual seats.

Md David Fletcher says: “We are very pleased to introduce this aircraft to our fleet. We are one the most experienced operators of Phenom aircraft in Europe and our crew and support staff's knowledge of the Embraer portfolio is unparalleled.

“In our experience, this aircraft is going to be popular among business and leisure clients looking for convenience, flexibility and privacy. It is very fuel efficient and has a range of nearly 2,000nm, reaching destinations such as Istanbul, Rome and Moscow.”

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