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Sun Air adds midsize to charter fleet
This latest Gulfstream 200 addition will expand Sun Air Jets' collection of remotely managed aircraft.
The Gulfstream 200 will suit Sun Air's long range charter demand.

Camarillo, California headquartered Part 135 operator Sun Air Jets has added another nine passenger Gulfstream 200 to its continually expanding charter fleet. This sophisticated new super midsize jet, with its spacious cabin and a reputation for reliability, is an ideal option for long range charter.

This well-rounded aircraft combines range, cabin size and operating economics and will expand Sun Air Jets' collection of remotely managed aircraft. The popular remote management option further extends the company's broad reach and greatly enhances Sun Air's ability to serve a broader client base.

“Gulfstream's vision as a company is 'driven by the endless pursuit of excellence', and so is ours”, says president and CEO Brian Counsil. “We strive to carry on that tradition with each new aircraft we bring into our fleet to provide the best possible experience in private jet travel.”

COO Steve Maloney adds: “Sun Air's unique blend of customer service, safety and transparency continues to open up new markets all across the country.”

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