Addition of Wi-Fi equipped CJ3 increases Reynolds Jet's managed fleet to seven

Leading aircraft management and jet charter company, Reynolds Jet, has expanded its fleet with the addition of a 2014 Wi-Fi equipped Cessna Citation CJ3.

The aircraft is based at Lunken Airport, Cincinnati, Ohio - Reynolds Jet's headquarters.

When Cessna redesigned their popular CJ2 private business jet, known for its low operating costs and high performance, the result was the CJ3. And the CJ3 stands up to Cessna’s statement of calling this aircraft 'the largest, fastest, most advanced of its kind'.

This Reynolds Jet managed CJ3 is a like new, beautiful example. Configured to accommodate seating for eight passengers - a six-place center club around two executive foldout tables, plus a side facing seat across from the entry door and a belted lavatory seat - with beautiful leather seating finished in warm neutral colors. The spacious interior features a five-inch dropped isle floor to make navigating the cabin easier, and a fully enclosed flushable lavatory in the aft, while the six cabin seats can recline and swing out for added legroom, more comfort and workspace.

An impressively quiet cabin at cruise, The CJ3 interior creates a peaceful, productive environment. Natural light is supplied by 14 large panoramic windows and illumination by low-power energy-efficient LED lighting. There is in-flight Wi-Fi newly-installed in this aircraft for seamless business connectivity, and the aircraft is equipped for overwater flights.

Powered by its enhanced Williams FJ44-3A engines and wing extension, and a cruise speed of 480mph, this aircraft enjoys 4 to 4.5 hours of endurance. With a 1,875-nautical mile range, Reynolds Jet On Demand charter and Jet Program customers will be able to fly nonstop direct between Cincinnati and popular business and leisure destinations alike, such Denver, The Caribbean, and Cancun. The CJ3 possesses excellent short field performance, which allows customers to fly closer to their destination by landing at airports with shorter runways other business jets simply cannot access.

“The CJ3 is the perfect addition to our existing charter fleet. It provides our clients with another superior light jet option. Furthermore, we are excited to serve this aircraft owner with our extraordinary service and provide an exceptional ownership experience” says Bryan Tye, Reynolds Jet’s Director of Operations. “Although this aircraft is single-pilot certified, we will operate our CJ3 with two certified pilots on the flight deck.“ he adds.

One of the most popular private jets around, this latest addition brings the Reynolds Jet charter fleet to seven aircraft. The 2014 CJ3 is available immediately for bookings, providing On Demand Charter and Jet Program customers with another true mission-appropriate aircraft option, positioned alongside the two Challenger 604s, G200, Learjet 45XR, Learjet 40XR and Hawker 400XP already in service.

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BlueSky Business Aviation News | 13th April 2017 | Issue #412