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Hawker 800XP joins the Presidential fleet
A newly arrived Hawker 800XP brings mid-range charter options to Presidential Aviation clients in the Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan corridors.
The Hawker 800XP will perform charter flights out of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Read this story in our February 2020 printed issue.

Fort Lauderdale Executive airport-headquartered Presidential Aviation has added a Hawker 800XP configured for eight passengers to its fleet. The aircraft will be available for private jet charter based out of the Cincinnati Municipal-Lunken Field airport in Ohio.

Featuring an exterior of white with blue and grey sporty stripes, the aircraft has a speed of 482 mph with a range of approximately 2,771 miles, and is capable of making trips to and from New York City to Los Angeles, or Singapore to Beijing.

“This aircraft is the perfect addition to our fleet for those seeking a mid-range charter option,” says CEO Oscar Arce. “This also allows us to cater more closely to private jet charter clients in the Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan corridors.”

Configured for eight passengers, the mid-range jet is outfitted with a four person, forward club seating arrangement, and a three person aft divan, opposite a single seat with a personal table. It will be equipped with wi-fi, 17 inch forward and aft Airshow 400 LCD screens, a music system, a movie viewing system and 110 volt power outlets for charging electronics. It also houses a forward galley with an oven, a fully enclosed aft lavatory and 48 cubic feet of baggage space.

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