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Hawker pair join the fleet at Premier
Premier Private Jets says that having a variety of private jet offerings means more availability and flexibility for shorter or longer range flights. Two Hawkers bring its total fleet size to eight.

Florida-headquartered Premier Private Jets has added an additional Hawker 400XP and Hawker 800XP, bringing its company owned fleet to a total of eight aircraft. Adding additional capacity means that customers can enjoy more opportunity and capability. In its current offering, Premier now flies a mix of light and medium sized jet aircraft, 90 per cent of which are Wi-Fi equipped.

President and CEO Josh Birmingham states: “We are excited to see our continued fleet expansion and what it will provide for our clients and partners. The 400XP and 800XP add functionality, capability and speed that customers look for when booking a private jet charter. As our company continues to expand our footprint, we are excited to offer a wide range of options to meet travellers needs.”

The Hawker 400XP has a range of 1,500 miles and offers seating for seven passengers. The Hawker 800XP has coast-to-coast capability and offers Wi-Fi and eight passenger seats. Both aircraft entered service in early 2020 and are available for private jet bookings immediately.

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