Mon, Feb 11, 2013
Aircraft Now Part Of The Midwest Fleet Available For Private Charter
A Bombardier Learjet 60 has been added to the Midwest fleet of jet charter service provider JetSelect Aviation. This private jet will be based at the Capital Airport (KSPI) in Springfield, MO.
“Our latest addition comes as we are starting to really connect the dots in our 30+ aircraft fleet," said Jeremy Bogle, Executive Vice President for JetSelect Aviation. "Based in the heartland at Springfield IL, this LR60 is a short-hop away from several major markets and will allow full connectivity with its inflight Wi-Fi. Most of the industry is heading to Wi-Fi enabled aircraft when chartering so we are pleased to offer this within the JSA fleet.”
“Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, one of life’s realities remains constant. Time is the most valuable resource we have," said Stephen Lister, Vice President-Marketing for JetSelect Aviation. "Learjets were designed from the start to save as much of your limited time as possible. The addition of another Learjet 60 to our fleet allows us offer that savings to more of our clients and to extend our market base. With the added bonus of the onboard WiFi, it is like you never left your home or office until the moment you’re where you want to be!”
The Bombardier Learjet 60 will seat up to 8 passengers. The stand up cabin has a galley area at the fore and a fully enclosed lavatory at the aft. As an added bonus, this private charter aircraft has high-speed Internet service that is complimentary.
(Learjet 60 image from file)
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