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Air Charter Scotland expands London presence

Posted 3 March 2021 · Add Comment

British private jet operator and aircraft management company, Air Charter Scotland, is adding a Cessna Citation M525 (G-KSOH) on to its UK AOC, positioned out of London Biggin Hill Airport.



Above: Air Charter Scotland's Cessna Citation M525.
Courtesy Air Charter Scotland


The six-passenger light jet is under the management of Jet Agent, the Biggin-based aircraft sales, management and acquisitions specialist.

“The intention is to place more aircraft with Air Charter Scotland under charter this year,” said Anatoly Parkhomchuk, Managing Director, Jet Agent.  He set up the business in 2019, drawing on years of experience in charter, management and aircraft sales.

“Thanks to this strategic new partnership, we are pleased to add a second London home at Biggin Hill Airport and base aircraft, complementing our established London Luton (Signature Aviation) base,” said Derek Thomson, COO of Air Charter Scotland. “London Biggin Hill is well located for London. It boasts attractive opening hours and is increasingly popular as a dedicated business aviation airport,” he added.

“Air Charter Scotland’s choice of London Biggin Hill to strengthen its connection to the capital reflects the calibre of our service and the importance of our location to growing businesses,” said Robert Walters, Commercial Director at London Biggin Hill Airport. “We look forward to welcoming Air Charter Scotland’s passengers and crew over the coming months and witnessing the company’s growing success.” 

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