Zenith Aviation welcomes third Learjet into its fleet

Despite its common association with the rich and famous, private aviation has become a more affordable luxury in recent years. After announcing that it would be expecting significant growth in 2018, Zenith Aviation has welcomed a new Learjet75 into its collection of aircraft in Biggin Hill, London. It is the first of two new Learjet 75s joining the expanding company, giving them a fleet of four Learjet 75s and a Learjet 45.

Stuart Mulholland, Managing Director of Zenith Aviation commented: “Our existing Learjet75s have exceeded our wildest expectations in the level of popularity so we are hoping that the new aircraft can maintain this trend. Our business is synonymous with the Learjet brand and the Lear75 is the latest iteration of this iconic design. Each of our aircraft typically flies around 400h annually, but last year they were each recording 600h,” he says. We are confident that the market will remain bullish in 2018 as new aircraft are a major draw for charter customers.”

Zenith Aviation gained industry attention when it purchased two Learjet75s from Bombardier in 2016, it remains the only business in the UK to fly Learjet75s and is the largest operator of Learjet 75s in Europe. 

He added “it’s the little things that make the difference and we make a considerable effort to make every journey memorable. It’s a privilege to have people choosing to fly with us so we do everything that we can to make sure that they look forward to travelling with us again.”

For more information about Zenith Aviation visit: www.zenithaviation.co.uk