Naljets adds King Air C90 to charter fleet

Naljets is reporting tremendous progress in its pursuit of charter fleet expansion. The UK-based charter operator has taken delivery of a King Air C90 GTX, according to a news article published at the European Business Air News (EBAN) website on 8 December 2016.

Naljets is looking forward to harnessing the strategic advantage provided by the aircraft’s availability to expand core market operations. According to EBAN: “The aircraft is able to seat up to seven passengers and will be based in Leeds, where it will be available for charter.” Naljets mainly focuses on the aircraft management services market, where it serves businesses and owners of private jets.

The successful completion of the King Air C90‘s scheduled delivery has generated excitement and optimism within both the company’s management and rank and file. The EBAN article quotes the company’s Managing Director, Craig McLeod, as commenting: “We are delighted to have added the Beechcraft King Air C90 GTX to our fleet. The King Air is a very versatile aircraft and ideal for business or leisure charters. Its spacious cabin offers exceptional comfort, and it is a good size for airports with shorter runways; it is convenient for smaller airports closer to your chosen destination.”

Naljets’ management is particularly keen on meeting the growing demand for its charter services. This demand has evidently been on the rise, and the company’s management team has trained its focus on committing the new jet towards the effort to capitalise on the tremendous market opportunities in the private aviation industry. EBAN quotes McLeod as further adding: “We’re seeing record numbers of charter requests for our aircraft, so the addition of the King Air expands our capability further, and we anticipate interest in the aircraft to be very strong.”