AirX uses bizjet on Ukraine aid mission

From WhatsApp to warzone: Airliner World visited AirX’s Stansted base for anything but your average bizjet charter

Reaching the top of the £6,000-an-hour Embraer Lineage’s steps, I turn right and enter the cabin. The cream leather and walnut veneer are nowhere to be seen, buried beneath protective blankets, while the first officer can be seen kneeling in the aisle pushing shrink-wrapped jars of baby food under a seat. The captain catches my attention out of a starboard-side window as he carries boxes of nappies toward the fore cargo hold. I wasn’t sure what to expect as I arrived at Stansted’s Diamond hangar about 10 minutes earlier, but this wasn’t it.

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