Gama Aviation adds Learjet 60XR

Alasdair Whyte

Gama Aviation has added a Learjet 60XR to its aircraft operating certificate bringing its UK charter fleet to10 aircraft.

The aircraft has been re-registered as G-XXZZ. It was previously operated privately by Gama and registered in Bermuda.

The Learjet 60XR will be a popular addition in the charter market, combining high levels of comfort and an elegant cabin design with wood veneers and royal hide savannah beige leather seats,” said Paul Cremer, commercial manager at Gama Aviation.

Gama’s UK charter fleet consists of: one Hawker 800B, one Hawker 800XP, one Hawker 1000, one Gulfstream 550, two Learjet 45s, one Beechcraft 200 Super King Air, two Challenger 604s and the Learjet 60XR.
The company, which has bases in Europe, North America and the Middle East, operates over 75 business jets.


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