Canada-based operator Chartright has added three new aircraft to its charter fleet: a Challenger 350, Challenger 605 and Global 5500. All three jets offer a premium travel experience, with stand-up cabins, spacious seating configurations, access to premium food service and a range of entertainment options.
Based at Toronto Pearson airport, the super mid-sized Bombardier Challenger 350 features a roomy cabin that can comfortably accommodate nine passengers. With a range of 3,300 miles, it is well-suited for short, medium and long range trips. The aircraft not only offers economical operational expenses but also showcases a luxurious interior complete with exquisite finishes, a level floor and uninterrupted access to baggage.
Based at Ottawa International airport, the Bombardier Challenger 605 is an impressively outfitted aircraft with a trans-Atlantic range of 4,200 miles. When fitted with a dinette, its interior can comfortably seat 12 people.
Also based at Toronto Pearson airport, the Global 5500 has seating for 12 passengers and features two complete washrooms, an extensive entertainment system, sleeping facilities for seven and a 5,500 mile range. It enables direct flights from Toronto to various European locations.
The company has also introduced a Light Jet Lease Program, that offers a one-year renewable term, no positioning fees, all-in hourly rate and guaranteed availability.
Programme features include the option of a 25 hour or 50 hour lease programme, Citation Ultra and Encore aircraft, a one year lease term, upfront lease costs and $2,500 CAD per occupied hour.
This new programme offers flight accessibility from major Canadian cities such as Barrie, Kingston, Kitchener, London, Ottawa, Toronto and Windsor, extending its services to the US and the Caribbean without any positioning costs.