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JetSelect Aviation going WiFi and expanding its fleet

JetSelect Aviation, LLC, an International Private Jet Charter and Global Aviation Service Provider, announced today that it has added two late model private jets to its FAA Part 135 Air Taxi Certificate; both of which will offer high speed wireless internet (WiFi). These two jets represent the newest jets of their respective models that are available for Part 135 Charter.

One of the jets is a new 2010 model Cessna Citation XLS+ which will be based in Kansas City, MO. This popular jet seats up to nine passengers and has a range of 2,400 miles.

The other addition to the fleet is a 2006 model Bombardier Lear 60SE which will be based in Columbus, OH. This jet seats up to eight passengers with a 2,200 mile range and compliments JetSelect’s existing fleet of this type and model jet.

Jeremy Bogle, Vice President – Business Development for JetSelect Aviation said, "We are excited to introduce a new model jet to our fleet while at the same time enhancing our presence in the mid-west by basing it in Kansas City. Cessna is a proven and well established jet manufacturer within our industry and this addition will serve as a catalyst for future growth with their product lines."

Stephen Lister, Vice President – Marketing for JetSelect Aviation added, "Adding jets to our fleet which are WiFi enabled is a meaningful step forward for JetSelect and we are pleased to combine that attribute with two of the newest charter jets available on the market today. We expect to see the WiFi trend continue."

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