Bookajet adds Legacy 650
Bookajet has launched a new corporate image and added two business aircraft. The company now manages 12 business aircraft.
An Embraer Legacy 650 and an additional Raytheon Premier 1 light jet are the newest additions, both of which are being managed for owners, based in the UK.
Bookajet was established in 2003 and has held a UK Aircraft Operator’s Certificate since 2006. Its head office at TAG Farnborough Airport is complemented by bases in Italy, Russia and the Netherlands.
“We have built a strong customer base, have a solid, recognised brand and felt it was time to renew our image with a new corporate design that reflects both our quality and enhanced international standing.”
Jonathan Clements, co- founder and director of Bookajet said: “We have built a strong customer base, have a solid, recognised brand and felt it was time to renew our image with a new corporate design that reflects both our quality and enhanced international standing.”
“We are pleased to have continued to expand our managed fleet through some tough market conditions which have challenged some of the larger organisations. We anticipate that consolidation within the industry will continue, but our focus has always been to build a robust, professional business, targeting key geographical markets that stimulate our growth. Our charter business has performed better than expected these past 18 months with an equal split of clients flying for leisure and business,” Clements added.
The Bookajet charter fleet features various types of aircraft including the Cessna Citation XLS, Citation Sovereign and CJ2; Dassault 7X, 900 and 2000, plus Premier 1s.