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MJets Expands Fleet with Citation X

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Thailand-based MJets is preparing for the imminent delivery of a new Citation X. With MJets rebranding from its previous name of Minor Aviation in September complete, the next phase of development will begin with MJets crews leading an acceptance and delivery process in January at the Cessna factory in Wichita, Kansas, USA.

MJets team of trained & experienced pilots and technicians will ensure that the aircraft meets all quality and performance standards required. Upon acceptance, it will conduct a nearly 14,000 km-long delivery flight from the factory to Thailand including some sectors planned with passengers.

With its Citation CJ3 and Malibu Jetprop aircraft, MJets provides individuals and groups with a unique opportunity to travel in comfort and convenience to popular destinations in Thailand and throughout Asia including Hong Kong, Macau, China, Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, India, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.

Ms. Nishita Shah, a director in MJets said, At Mach 0.92, the Citation X is the worlds fastest non-military jet and one reason it was selected is its unique ability to fly 8 passengers between Bangkok and Dubai in less than 6 hours time making executives on this and other shorter business trips much more productive and time-efficient than had they used airline travel.

MJets Cessna Citation CJ3 is Cessnas newest light jet model. It seats up to seven passengers comfortably and has a maximum nonstop flying range of 3,475 km and flies of 773 km/hr at 45,000 feet. The award-winning Citation X carries 8-10 passengers over 5,900 km at speeds of over 900 km/hr at 51,000 feet.

 MJets has been operating aircraft in Thailand for over 10 years. The core staff members average nearly 20 years experience in aviation.

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