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Synergy Aviation has added a 2010 King Air 200GT to its fleet which brings the total King Air 200 fleet to four, all based in the London area. Glen Heavens, md, says: "All the aircraft are available for charter with the Raisbeck modifications allowing for greater performance.
"We have succeeded in gaining approval for RVSM capability allowing the King Air 200GTs to cruise at 35,000 ft thus making it a seriously cost-effective option for chartering domestically and into Europe."
Synergy had also brought a London Biggin Hill-based Citation CJ into operation which complements its Luton-based CJ2+. Heavens says: "The aircraft is new to the charter market, offering the very latest cabin interior which is providing a popular option to travellers looking for a more cost-effective entry level jet on those longer European sectors."
Heavens says the company is "very pleased" to be growing in difficult financial conditions. "While the market is not as buoyant as the industry would like, Synergy is still trading well."
Synergy, he says, finds it pays to operate a mixed fleet of piston, turboprop and jet aircraft.