Rectrix Aviation unveils livery for new service


Rectrix King Air 300 design

Rectrix Aviation have unveiled the livery for the company’s inaugural scheduled passenger air service between Hyannis to Nantucket planned for this summer.

Rectrix will use a fleet of Beechcraft Super King Air 300 turboprops for the route. The company expects to receive FAA approval for the service in the next few weeks.

Rectrix currently operates a fleet of Bombardier Challenger and Learjet aircraft, and the Hyannis to Nantucket route is Rectrix’s entryway into the turbo-prop commuter market. Rectrix expects to operate more routes of scheduled passenger service in the future, including flights to the Mid-Atlantic and Florida.

Richard Cawley, CEO of Rectrix Holdings said: “The Super King Air is one of the most in-demand and requested turboprop aircraft and we are thrilled to announce we’ll be using this aircraft on our commuter flights. With spacious and comfortable passenger cabins, we feel this is the perfect aircraft for a short haul commuter service.”