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JetReady ready for long range work with GIV-SP
JetReady has several Gulfstreams, Challengers and Hawkers on its books and says that the GIV-SP addition could be the first of many to come in 2019. The GIVSP aligns well with its plans to expand global ops.
JetReady's fleet is now eleven-strong after the addition of this GIVSP.

Florida's JetReady has added a Gulfstream GIV-SP to its charter roster. Configured for up to 13 passengers, the aircraft has impressive long-range performance and a spacious floor plan that includes a forward four-place seating area, a mid-cabin conference group and an aft privacy cabin with a three-place divan opposite dual single club seats. The aircraft is equipped with a full-sized forward galley, microwave, oven, nespresso machine, complimentary WiFi, display monitors, HD inflight entertainment and Airshow.

CEO Nigel England says: “We are pleased to announce the newest heavy jet addition to our charter fleet as we continue to expand our operation globally and look forward to the continued growth of our company this year.”

ARG/US rated and Wyvern registered, JetReady now maintains an 11-strong fleet comprising Gulfstream GIV-SPs, GIVs, Challenger 601s and Hawkers and plans to add more this year.

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