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APRIL 2016
DRAGONFLY ADDS FIRST JET TO ITS FLEET

At the end of April 2016 the company added to its AOC a Nextant 400 XTi.

The Nextant, a variation on the Hawker BeechJet, is an 8-sest light jet which offers a superlative combination of comfort, speed and range. This aircraft is capable of flying at an altitude of 45,000 ft, cruises at 470kts (530 mph), and has a range of over 2,000 nm. 
Nextant 400 XTi Aircraft Page (G-SKBD)

NOVEMBER 2014
DRAGONFLY ADDS THIRD KING AIR TO ITS FLEET

With effect from 14 December 2014 the company has added a 3rd King Air, a B200, to its fleet. This aircraft was formerly operated by the Royal Air Force for initial multi-engine training, but has been converted to its original civilian VIP configuration. This aircraft, registered G-OLIV seats 7 persons in a cabin furnished in grey leather, and has benne repainted in the same livery as the other 2 similar aircraft in the corporate fleet.
King Air B200 Aircraft Page (G-OLIV)

NOVEMBER 2014
DRAGONFLY RECEIVES AOC APPROVAL

After 10 years of operating under the Air Operatpr’s Certificate of another aviation company, DragonFly has obtained CAA approval for its own AOC.

The Certificate was formally issued on 14th November 2014 and initially covers the company’s 3 Beech King Air 200 / B200.