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Two further aircraft for Bookajet as it overhauls company branding
UK-based Bookajet has unveiled a fresh corporate image and added two further business aircraft, taking its managed fleet to 12.
Read this story in our October 2016 printed issue.

UK-based BookaJet has unveiled a fresh corporate image and added two further business aircraft, taking its managed fleet to 12.

A Legacy 650 and a Premier 1 are the latest additions, and BookaJet is managing both of these aircraft for private owners. Updated branding has been introduced to reflect the company's growing international presence; its aircraft now operate out of several European hubs as well as the Middle East. Established in 2003, the operator was granted its own AOC in 2006 and its head office at Farnborough airport is complemented by bases in Italy, Russia and the Netherlands.

“We have built a strong customer base and we have a solid, recognised brand,” says co-founder Jonathan Clements. “We felt it was time to renew our image with a design that reflects our quality and international standing.”

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