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Voluxis brings Farnborough-based 900XP onboard
Voluxis' latest fleet addition is an eight passenger Hawker 900XP. It is fully available for charter and is certified for worldwide operation.
Voluxis has extensive experience in Hawker operations.

UK-headquartered Voluxis has added a Hawker 900XP to its charter fleet. Based at London Farnborough airport and certified to operate worldwide, the aircraft is privately owned with no owner approval required.

Charter sales manager Gareth Cadwell says: “We're delighted to launch the Hawker 900XP, a recent example of the best-selling midsize private jet. The aircraft offers maximum comfort for up to eight passengers and boasts a spacious stand up cabin with an accessible in-flight baggage hold for up to six suitcases. With an increased range of 2,700 nm and six and a half hours endurance, it's the perfect aircraft for city pairings such as London to Jeddah or Frankfurt to Dubai. Refurbished in 2018 including a uniquely-designed exterior, the aircraft is pet-friendly and has a hot galley as well as DVD player, cabin speakers and Airshow system.”

The Hawker 900XP joins the established Voluxis fleet of Hawker 800XPi, 800XP and 800B private jets, as well as an expanding ultra-long range fleet of Bombardier Global Express XRS and Dassault Falcon 7X types.

Voluxis is a worldwide AOC holder of over 40 years with a diverse fleet of Dassault, Bombardier and Hawker aircraft available for private charter. In addition, the company offers aircraft management and aircraft charter sales and marketing services with offices at London Biggin Hill, Farnborough and Dubai.

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