Meridian Air Charter adds a Challenger 605 to charter fleet
Meridian Air Charter has added a Bombardier Challenger 605 private jet (N605MM) to its growing fleet of corporate aircraft.
The large cabin aircraft was completed in 2008 and seats up to nine passengers. It will be based at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey and is available for private charter.
This aircraft was refurbished and repainted in December 2014. The private jet comes fully-equipped and with leather club seating, conference tables, berthable divan, full galley with microwave and convection ovens, coffee machine, and private lavatory with sink.
It features the Iridium satellite phone, Gogo Biz high-speed Wi-Fi, bulkhead video monitors with Airshow (3D moving maps), and a dual multi-media player.
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Dennis O’Connell, president of Meridian Air Charter, says: “We are thrilled about adding this Challenger 605 to our charter fleet. When you are inside the cabin, you feel like you are in a brand new plane that has just rolled off the assembly line. This aircraft increases both the breadth and quality of our fleet offerings and demonstrates the high level of commitment that we have to improving the flying experience of our clientele.”
Meridian currently manages a wide range of aircraft types that are available for private charter. The company is a full-service, private aviation company based at Teterboro Airport located just minutes from New York City. In 2016, Meridian is planning to open its second FBO at Hayward Executive Airport in Hayward, California.