Biggin Hill-based Zenith Aviation has added two new Bombardier Learjet 75 aircraft to its fleet to support the company’s expansion. Zenith provides a bespoke charter service and recently moved to offer worldwide coverage. The jets are due to arrive at Biggin Hill Airport at the end of September.
“We are delighted to be once again working with Bombardier and welcoming the Learjet 75 aircraft into our fleet – the Learjet brand is synonymous with our facility at London Biggin Hill,” said Stuart Mulholland, Managing Director of Zenith Aviation. “Having seen the first Learjet 45 aircraft arrive over 17 years ago, we are now very much looking forward to the arrival of the iconic Learjet 75 business jet.
“We’ve had a hugely successful year for our business and this expansion is a key part of our growth and development strategy moving forward. We are anticipating growing our fleet of managed aircraft and further development of our facilities, and also adding to our Part 145 capability at Biggin Hill Airport over the coming months.”
Zenith will manage and charter both jets. The two new aircraft will join a fleet that also includes the Cessna Citation XLS, Bombardier Challenger 604 and Learjet 45.
David Coleal, President, Bombardier Business Aircraft, said: “The Learjet 75 aircraft offers class-leading performance and continues to set the benchmark among private jets in the Light category. We look forward to working with Zenith Aviation and are thrilled that they have selected the Learjet 75 aircraft to join their growing fleet.”