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SaxonAir adds GrandNew
SaxonAir, headquartered in Norwich, UK, has added an AW109SP GrandNew helicopter to its fleet.
Read this story in our November 2016 printed issue.

SaxonAir, headquartered in Norwich, UK, has added an AW109SP GrandNew helicopter to its fleet.

The 2016-built GrandNew will operate from north London and was delivered at the end of September. It will be the newest of its type in the UK, seating up to seven.

The rotorcraft is equipped with a private cabin intercommunication system, four-axis autopilot, significant sound proofing, USB connections and traffic avoidance.

Commercial director Chris Mace is very pleased with the acquisition: “This fleet addition reinforces our commitment to our customers. We supply our clients with the very latest technology and capability enhancements, and they are already enjoying the comforts this helicopter offers.”

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