This jet, the first of up to five that are being acquired by the company, will be used to support the fleet and provide clients with additional flight options and more operational efficiency for longer flights. Within the coming days, PlaneSense, Inc. intends to finalize the approval process with the FAA and integrate the 400XTi jet into its expanding fleet of PC-12s.
"Acquiring our first 400XTi is another evolutionary step for the PlaneSense® program," said President and CEO of PlaneSense, Inc., George Antoniadis. "We are focused on providing an excellent value proposition through our world-class service and by enhancing the offerings available to our fractional share owners. The addition of the 400XTi is a strong example of our commitment to growth."
PlaneSense, Inc. is a fractional aircraft ownership program based in Portsmouth, NH, that has been in operation since 1995. The PlaneSense® program manages the largest civilian fleet of Pilatus PC-12 aircraft in the world, and has more experience with the PC-12 than any other aircraft management and maintenance team. Apart from this Nextant 400XTi order, PlaneSense, Inc. has also placed the largest launch agreement order for six new Pilatus PC-24 jets. Offering optimal access to many airports, and fractional owner flexibility that suits any flying profile, the PlaneSense® program offers compelling value through affordable pricing, world-class service, and a practical, comfortable aircraft. For more information on fractional aircraft shares with the PlaneSense® program, visit PlaneSense, Inc. online at: www.planesense.com
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