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Silver Air adds Hawker 4000 to Dallas fleet
Since joining the Air Charter Safety Foundation earlier this year Silver Air has been adding charter aircraft to its roster across the USA.
There are around 75 Hawker 4000s worldwide, so this is a relatively rare addition to the charter options for Dallas folk.

Silver Air has added a Hawker 4000 through its PURE Jet Management programme to its Dallas-based charter fleet. The aircraft features an eight-passenger interior with a double club executive arrangement, front galley with cabin service and in-flight domestic wi-fi.

"The Hawker 4000 is a great new addition to our Dallas-based fleet, as PURE Jet Management expands in Texas and across the country," said Chuck Stumpf, Silver Air's president of business development. "Silver Air's owner-advocate approach is proving to be an effective tool for jet owners who are looking for a partner to manage their assets in their best interest. This new Hawker is a great option for discerning travellers who need to get across the country quickly and comfortably."

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