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Mon, Oct 19, 2009

Air Partners Adds Five Aircraft To Its Fleet

Introduces Fractional Ownership Opportunities

Air Partners, a private aviation company providing aircraft charter and management services to travellers across Canada, announced Friday that it has opened opportunities for fractional ownership, effective immediately. The company has also added five aircraft to its fleet, increasing charter flight availability for its clients.

"Our goal at Air Partners is to provide the freedom and flexibility unavailable with commercial flights or private charters," says Vik Saini, Managing Director, Air Partners Corp.  "At the end of the day, time is money and by expanding our fleet and offering fractional ownership, we are providing real business solutions and driving down the bottom line for our clients and partners."

Joining the Air Partners existing fleet of six planes, are two Citation Excel business jets, one Citation Ultra business jet, and two Beechcraft King Air 200s. Fractional ownership is currently available with each aircraft type.

The Citation Excel and Citation Ultra are cited as two of the best-selling business jets of all time, and with these recent additions, Air Partners will have a total of six Citation jets in its fleet.  "The Excel and Ultra will fit seamlessly into our Citation fleet providing our clients with travel-time flexibility, a larger cabin and a longer range aircraft solution," explains Saini.  "In addition, our vast experience with the Citation product line translates into increased efficiencies for our clients and partners."

Cessna Citation Excel

Considered one of the most versatile turboprop aircraft in the world, two Beechcraft King Air 200s are also new to the Air Partners fleet. One of the King Air 200s features a new comfortable interior, new exterior paint and recently overhauled engines. The aircrafts enhance Air Partners' aircraft portfolio as they accommodate clients who need to fly to and from short runways - especially to remote oil and gas fields.

FMI: www.airpartners.ca

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