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Chartright adds three Challengers to Moscow fleet

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Chartright adds three Challengers to Moscow fleet
Chartright Air Group has announced a major addition to the company's Moscow base of operations.


June 8, 2009
By Carey Fredericks
   
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Two new Challenger 850's will be delivered to the company's Moscow base.  
   

June 8, 2009, Toronto – Chartright Air Group has announced a major addition to the company's Moscow base of operations. Commencing this month, the company will accept delivery of a new Challenger 605 followed by two new Challenger 850's being delivered in each of the following two months.

“We are excited by the addition of these new aircraft to our Russian fleet and welcome the opportunity to expand our scope of service in this part of the world” said Adam Keller, president of Chartright. “We are proud to fly the Canadian flag on our aircraft and to export Canada's reputation as a safe, reliable and well regulated operator of aircraft” Keller added.

The addition of these three aircraft will bring Chartright's Moscow base up to five aircraft with two additional aircraft expected before year end. Chartright currently operates 20 additional jets from bases across Canada.

From a head office at Toronto International Airport, Chartright Air Group offers aircraft management and charter service to a discriminating clientele. Chartright jets operate to destinations around the world.

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For more information about Chartright please visit www.chartright.com or contact the company's headquarters at 1-800-595-9395 x 224 or by email at charters@chartright.com