Flairjet adds a Citation Mustang and King Air 350i to its managed fleet


Cessna Citation Mustang

FlairJet adds another two business aircraft this summer, which will both be based in the UK.
Cessna Citation Mustang

Cessna Citation Mustang.

FlairJet, based at London Oxford Airport, is expanding its range of business aircraft under management, with the introduction of a brand new Cessna Citation Mustang business jet and a Beechcraft King Air 350i turboprop.

The Citation Mustang, which can carry four passengers, is scheduled for delivery later this month and will be based at Birmingham Airport, complementing FlairJet’s London Oxford Airport and London Luton Airport bases.

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The Beechcraft King Air 350i has been acquired through Marshall Aviation Services will arrive straight from Textron Aviation’s headquarters in Wichita, Kansas in early August.

The aircraft will be based at Broughton Airport, North Wales, at the Marshall Aviation Services’ Hawker Beechcraft FBO and customer support facility.

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FlairJet, part of Marshall Aviation Services since February 2013, has trained three pilots on the Mustang and is training up a further three new pilots to fly the King Air 350i at Flight Safety International.

The Citation Mustang and Beechcraft King Air 350i will join the two Embraer Phenom 100s, a Citation XLS and Citation Bravo already in the Flairjet fleet.

In November 2012, Corporate Jet Investor spoke to Steve Jones, CEO of Marshall Aerospace about JETability, its new one-stop shop for business aviation services: