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Tue, Jan 20, 2009

XOJET Guarantees Availability On Challenger 300 Fleet

Adds Positions For Popular Midsize Bizjet

XOJET announced this week it is now offering guaranteed availability on its Bombardier Challenger 300 fleet through a limited number of added positions in its popular Fleet Exchange Membership program, a customized offering specifically tailored to each customer's financial priorities and travel needs.

XOJET also offers its Challenger 300 fleet on charter to customers who fly by the trip, and has experienced rising demand on this sought after aircraft, with both the number of flights and total flight hours increasing greater than 50 percent each month since the aircraft was made available to customers in October of 2008.

"Now more than ever, individual and corporate private jet fliers are looking for the most efficient aircraft options," said David Siegel, XOJET's CEO. "When it comes to balancing range, cabin comfort and economics, the Challenger 300 aircraft has set a new standard. In fact, many customers who once preferred large cabin aircraft have found the Challenger 300 jet, with its comparable cabin size, to be a far better value, offering all of the benefits of larger aircraft at a significantly lower cost."

With typical seating capacity of up to 10 passengers, the Challenger 300 boasts coast-to-coast range, a 0.82 Mach high-speed cruise and the ability to takeoff and land at airports with runways as short as 4,810 feet. The interior cabin has a cross-section that rivals large cabin jets with a height of 6'1", a width of 7'2" and a flat floor.

XOJET is one of the first operators to offer this aircraft with Bombardier's new Quiet Cabin package, making the cabin one of the quietest available on the market. The fleet also features a state-of-the-art entertainment system developed in partnership with Lufthansa Technik that uses hidden audio transducers to deliver high fidelity sound throughout the cabin using the actual cabin side walls as speakers.

The Fleet Exchange Membership program enables clients to create a customized solution that provides the best value for their specific travel profile. Because clients only pay for what they actually need, travel costs can be reduced by approximately 10 to 25 percent.

FMI: www.xojet.com

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