Heritage Aviation adds to managed fleet

Terry Spruce

Heritage Aviation hangarHeritage Aviation has announced it has added
a 2010 Citation Sovereign to its managed aircraft fleet. Heritage Aviation are
based at Burlington International
Airport, Vermont.

“The addition of a Citation Sovereign will
enable us to offer our clients even more options and flexibility,” said
Heritage Aviation sales manager Pat Marano. “It adds long range capability at
mid-cabin prices.”

The aircraft can accommodate up to nine
passengers in double club seating. It has a cruising speed of 527 miles per
hour and an NBAA IFR range of 2,847 nautical miles. The Sovereign offers a
fully enclosed lavatory in a stand-up cabin. It is equipped with Wi-Fi, XM
radio, and the most advanced avionics systems including the Honeywell Primus
Epic System.

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