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Sat, Jan 03, 2009

Pinnacle Aviation Adds Hawker 400XP to Charter Fleet

Business aviation continues, here and there, to show its value and gain strength -- despite the slings and arrows of an outrageous economy. The latest evidence eof this comes as Pinnacle Aviation tells ANN that N477GJ, an eight passenger Hawker 400XP, has joined the company's extensive fleet of aircraft. With a cruise speed of 500 miles per hour and a range of 1,700 statute miles, it is perfectly suited for charter flights such as Scottsdale-Seattle or Scottsdale-Chicago. This late model aircraft is immaculate and features executive leather seating, beautiful cabinetry, tasteful beige carpeting and an enclosed private lavatory. Additional amenities include internal and external baggage, Flight Display System and an entertainment system that includes wireless headphones.

"Adding a light jet of this caliber to our certificate will truly round out our fleet of aircraft" said Pinnacle Aviation's President, Curt Pavlicek. "The Hawker 400XP is a truly unique aircraft in that it offers the best of both worlds: economic value, speed and luxury combined with the spaciousness and technological sophistication of a much larger jet."

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Pinnacle Aviation has built an impeccable reputation over the past 20 years by offering world-class aircraft management services throughout the world. The company offers a full spectrum of aviation services including aircraft management and charter service, maintenance, sales, acquisitions and aircraft insurance. Pinnacle Aviation currently manages a Gulfstream V, Gulfstream II, Embraer Legacy, Challenger 601, three Citation Excels, Citation Encore, Citation III, Citation I, Hawker 400XP and a Conquest II.

FMI: www.pinnacleaviation.com

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