Meridian adds second Challenger 604 at Teterboro

Terry Spruce

Meridian Air Charter has added a second Challenger 604 to its growing fleet of business jets. The aircraft will be based at Teterboro Airport and is available for immediate charter.

The aircraft has been completely renovated from top to bottom, including new paint, a fully-renovated cabin, and the installation of high-speed Wi-Fi.

This business jet seats up to twelve passengers. It has a maximum cruise speed of Mach 0.82 (541 mph; 870 km/hr) with an intercontinental range of over 4,600 statute miles (7,403 km).

The aircraft also has a full galley with microwave and convection ovens, coffee machine, and private lavatory. It is fitted with Inmarsat wireless satellite phone, Gogo Biz high-speed wi-fi, 19 in bulkhead monitors with Airshow (moving maps), individual plug-in monitors and CD and Blu-ray players.

Mike Moore, VP of aviation sales at Meridian, says: “The addition of another Challenger 604 increases the depth of offerings in our diverse fleet of business jets. The versatility of the Challenger series always keeps this model in high demand. With new paint on the exterior and a newly refurbished cabin interior, we are confident that our customers will be pleased. It was designed with the business traveler in mind, especially the wireless connectivity on board.”

Meridian Air Charter manages a a wide variety of business jets that are available for private charter. The company will be opening a second FBO in Hayward, California in 2016.

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