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Axis invests in King Air C90B for California hops
Axis Jet's fleet comprises a Hawker 850XP, two Citation CJ2+s, CJ3+, XLS+, CJ4, two Premier Is, four King Air 350s, 300, 200 and a C90B Blackhawk.
The King Air can carry five to six passengers.

Sacramento-based Axis Jet has added a seventh King Air to its charter fleet. The King Air C90B is a pressurised, twin turboprop business aircraft. Designed for five to six passengers with four in a club style, the aircraft features a lavatory in the rear of the cabin, and baggage space is internal, allowing for easy access during flight. The internal cabin dimensions are 4.75ft in height, 4.5ft in width and 12.6ft in length.

“Our Part 135 charter fleet now consists of 17 aircraft including a Hawker 850XP, two Citation CJ2+s, a Citation CJ3+, a Citation XLS+, a Citation CJ4, two Premier Is, four King Air 350s, a King Air 300, a King Air 200 and a King Air C90B Blackhawk,” notes Axis Jet dispatch manager Amber Pancaro. “The addition of the King Air C90B adds more capability to our charter service and is great for runs from the Bay Area to Tahoe and around the state of California.”

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