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Air Unlimited Adds Beechcraft(R) King Air(R) 200 to Fleet of Aircraft

Private luxury air service now offers new nine-passenger aircraft to better accommodate its scheduled island travel service and charter flights

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 12/01/16 -- Air Unlimited, a private luxury scheduled air service specializing in island travel, announces today the launch of its new Beechcraft® King Air® 200. A twin engine turboprop, the King Air® has a large cabin with a total of 10 seats which can be booked in as little as 24-hours in advance using Air Unlimited's online booking engine. Unlike other air services, Air Unlimited flies its scheduled flights even if just one seat is booked.

"We can have you in Marsh Harbour or Treasure Cay in just an hour and 15 minutes," said Chick Gregg, captain and co-founder of Air Unlimited. "Passengers who fly with us love the intimate, hassle-free experience that being on a smaller plane offers, and adding on the King Air allows us to provide more flight options to guests."

The King Air® joins Air Unlimited's fleet of pristine aircraft, including two Cessna 421s and a Citation Mustang. Its square-oval interior is known for its generous head and shoulder room, with finely crafted seats and a pressurized cabin that promise a quiet, comfortable flight. With a cruising speed of 309 miles per hour, it is the most popular business turboprop in the world, providing cutting-edge avionics technology and greater passenger comfort.

Air Unlimited's Island Connection scheduled service was created as a result of many requests for reliable and convenient transportation from Central Florida to the Bahamas Out Islands and Florida Keys. Guests can book a seat on small, private planes that seat up to nine passengers. Pet and baggage fees are only charged when the weight exceeds 40 pounds per guest, and passengers flying with Air Unlimited skip the dreaded Transportation Security Administration airport lines to enjoy complimentary valet parking in a secured parking area at Orlando-Sanford International Airport.

In addition to its affordable and convenient scheduled service, Air Unlimited offers a charter service for private flights. Ideal for family vacations, bachelor/bachelorette parties, intimate destination weddings and more, Air Unlimited's Charter Service allows passengers to purchase the use of the entire airplane for a fully-customizable experience, including beverages and catering requests. Charter services are perfect for groups of two to seven guests, with one-way and round-trip flights to and from their desired location. Quoted charters are based on an hourly rate.

The King Air® will be available for flights beginning the second week of December. For more information about Air Unlimited or to book a trip, visit www.flyairunlimited.com. Follow Air Unlimited on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter for news and flight details.

About Air Unlimited
Based at Orlando-Sanford International Airport, Air Unlimited is a private luxury air service that specializes in affordable, scheduled island flights and charters. Featured destinations for the scheduled service are Treasure Cay and Marsh Harbour in the Abaco Islands of the Bahamas, and Marathon and Key West in the Florida Keys. Promoting an introductory fare, flights to the Florida Keys are a very competitive $398 round trip, while scheduled flights to Marsh Harbour and Treasure Cay are just $598 roundtrip. The service offers online booking for aircraft seating up to nine passengers, along with charter services offering luxury flights to many destinations.

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Raven Brajdic
Uproar PR for Air Unlimited
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