Airly to welcome the Learjet 45
May 26th, 2016
As Airly close in on their Q3 launch target, the founding group are pleased to announce the introduction of the Bombardier Learjet 45 to the fleet. The Learjet 45 will work in conjunction with the Beechcraft King Air 350 that will be better utilised on shorter missions and future ventures.
The Learjet 45 is a twin-engine jet aircraft comfortably seating 8 members, 2 pilots and is appointed with a private flushing lavatory. The ‘45 can cruise well above the commercial airliners at 51,000ft (15,500m) above sea level reaching speeds of 829km/h swiftly taking members between Bankstown/Sydney and Essendon/Melbourne in under 55 minutes.
“The introduction of the Learjet will result in members saving 2 – 3 hours every round trip versus the commercial airlines, while experiencing a seamless travel experience door-to-door,” states co-founder and CEO Alexander Robinson. “This time can be better spent in the office, and more importantly, at home spending time with loved ones”.
Airly is Australia’s first all you can fly subscription offering members unlimited air travel within the Airly network for a fixed monthly fee. Best suited to the luxury traveller and frequent flyer, Airly will offer members a personalised and seamless door-to-door travel experience saving hours of unproductive and inefficient time usually spent waiting or in the lounge. Airly aims to commence operations in Q3 of 2016 flying multiple times a day between Essendon/Melbourne and Bankstown/Sydney with more destinations to follow in 2017. For more information visit flyairly.com or facebook.com/FlyAirly.