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JetReady boosts Challenger fleet in Orlando
A freshly renovated interior with HD inflight entertainment awaits Florida's charter passengers aboard JetReady's latest Challenger.
The newest arrival for JetReady joins a mixed fleet of Challenger, Gulfstream and Hawker types.

JetReady has added a further Challenger aircraft to its roster, which is available for domestic and international charter flights.

The aircraft offers a 12 passenger executive configuration and 2018 renovated modern interior. The layout includes four forward individual captains chairs and an aft four-place divan opposing a four-place conference group. The aircraft is fully equipped with a full-sized forward galley, microwave, complimentary wi-fi, display monitors, HD inflight entertainment and Airshow 400.

JetReady's chief executive officer Nigel England says: "We are thrilled to announce the newest Challenger addition to our charter certificate and look forward to the continued growth of our company."

With this addition, JetReady now has fleet of 10 aircraft consisting of Gulfstream IVSPs, Challenger 601s and Hawker 800XP models. ARGUS and Wyvern rated, it plans to add several more aircraft this year.

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