Key Air Adds Learjet 45XR As It Celebrates 30 Years

Credit: Learjet 45XR
Key Air has added a Bombardier Learjet 45XR to its managed fleet of charter aircraft, the fourth aircraft to join Key Air’s Part 135 certificate in the first quarter of this year. Key Air, based in Oxford, Connecticut, is also celebrating its 30th anniversary. The Learjet 45XR can fly 2,301 mi...

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