The International Aeronautical Federation this week confirmed that the American operator Northern Jet Management set a record speed in flight from their base in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in Naples, Florida. In flight, held on 10 April, Bombardier Learjet 45XR showed on this route 427.97 average speed knots (492.5 mph).
Managed the company’s pilots Northern Jet Management Andy Himstra and Steve Jedmondsonom, light business jet for the entire flight 537 gallons of fuel burned. “This record-breaking project was developed to highlight our ability to effectively and safely deliver our customers from the Midwest to Southern Florida less than three hours,” said Himstra. “When establishing this record we have given special attention to the work plane with a 100% match real flight with customers on board.
Northern Jet Management ceo Chuck Cox said: our team is already over 99000 hours operates without incidents involving damage to property or injuries to people.
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