SaxonAir adds second Citation Mustang


Second Citation Mustang added to SaxonAir AOC in joint deal with Catreus

SaxonAir has announced that
it has added a second Citation Mustang to its AOC. The managed aircraft is part
of SaxonAir’s ongoing expansion and comes at a time when their new
multi-million pound Business Aviation Centre at Norwich International
Airport is nearing
The aircraft will benefit from being jointly operated and marketed by both SaxonAir
and Catreus Ltd. It will also be operated from a new satellite base, Thessaloniki, Greece enabling both operators to
offer their clients private air travel in a different region.
Christopher Mace, managing director for SaxonAir says, “Our existing Citation
Mustang has proved to be a popular choice with our UK charter market. We are delighted
to be able to offer jointly with Catreus the same, cost effective service to
new customers from a new European operating base.”
The new aircraft matches SaxonAir’s existing Mustang and is equipped with the
same latest state of the art Garmin G1000 Avionics, including Collision
Avoidance Systems and latest generation new fuel efficient Pratt & Whitney
PW615F engines.
“The Citation Mustang is firmly established as the benchmark entry level
business jet,” Mace added. “Not only does it offer a great passenger
experience, but it provides extremely cost effective and affordable flights
whilst delivering the speed, efficiency and comfort that passengers expect.”
SaxonAir’s current fleet now consists of two Hawker 400XP business jets, a King
Air 350, two Citation Mustangs, Eurocopter EC120 ad EC135 helicopters.  Catreus
manage two Citation XL/XLS and two Citation Bravo aircraft.