Private Aviation Firm Adds Three Aircraft to Fleet of Charter Jets
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (November 20, 2009) – Solairus Aviation (www.solairusaviation.com) announced today the addition of three new aircraft to its growing Charter fleet. The new additions include a Gulfstream G550, a Bombardier Challenger RJ, and a Hawker 800XP. Solairus recently announced receiving FAA approval for ’10 or more’ passenger aircraft operations.
“These latest fleet additions complement the existing fleet by providing our clients an even more diverse selection,” says Craig Zirzow, Solairus’ VP of Business Development. “We feel each aircraft will be met with growing demand in each of their respective regions.”
The Gulfstream is based in San Francisco (KSFO). The G550 boasts one of the most advanced avionics flight decks available and is capable of flying over 13 hours non-stop flying, or 6,700 nautical mile range. Solairus’ G550’s seating configuration is designed for up to 16 passengers and can be converted to sleep up to six. It offers a full galley, enclosed lavatories, and comprehensive DVD/CD entertainment system.
The Challenger RJ is based in Houston (KIAH). The RJ is the executive configuration of the equivalent airframe used for the Bombardier CRJ regional airliner. The well appointed interior offers seating for up to 16 passengers which can be converted to sleep up to eight. With coast to coast performance, this aircraft is an ideal solution for road shows or large group transport.
The Hawker 800XP is well known for its performance, reliability, safety and comfort. It offers a stand-up cabin with seating for up to eight and features such comfort conveniences DVD/CD entertainment system, microwave and a cabin-accessible baggage compartment. The aircraft is based at Chicago Midway airport (MDW.)