RVL ups cargo capacity with Beechcraft B200 aircraft

By Rachelle Harry

UK aviation specialist RVL Group has increased its cargo capacity with the addition of a Beechcraft B200 King Air aircraft to its fleet.

With the new addition, RVL Group’s fleet, which is based at East Midlands Airport, is comprised of four King Air aircraft, seven Reims-Cessna F406s, three Cessna 404 Titans and one Cessna 402.

RVL Group said the Beechcraft B200 King Air, which is an eight-seater passenger aircraft, can be quickly reconfigured to increase cargo capacity to make it suitable for carrying loose-load freight, ultimately boosting the flexibility of the carrier’s time-critical freight capability.

Richard Baker, Head of Flight Operations at RVL Group, said: “The additional aircraft is now fully operational and available immediately for commercial transport flights. It comes to RVL following a major avionics upgrade and refurbishment and will offer a major enhancement to the services we are able to provide to existing and prospective clients.”

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