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Silverjet timeline of business Nov 06

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Lawrence Hunt, chief executive dismissed rumours...

19 June 2008 - Lawrence Hunt, chief executive dismissed rumours that Arabjet would keep the airline in business and stated that Silverjet's fleet would be permanently grounded and that the airline would not fly again.

13 June 2008 - deal with Kingplace fell through,

10 June 2008 - it was announced that Ireland-based Kingplace would purchase Silverjet on behalf of unnamed private clients

30 May 2008 - a statement was released from Silverjet's CEO that stated Silverjet would cease operations and suspend all flights with immediate effect due to failing to secure funding. The last operating flight, SLR254, arrived at London Luton Airport from Dubai at 15:00GMT on the day of the announcement.

23 May 2008 - trading of Silverjet's shares was suspended on the AIM.

May 2008 - Silverjet stated that they had arranged an $8.4 million loan facility from Viceroy Holdings

November 2007 - Services from London Luton to Dubai International commenced

September 2007 - second daily service on this route was launched

January 2007 - first scheduled flight between London Luton and Newark

October 2006 - Website began taking passengers' bookings for flights

October 2006 - took ownership of their their two Boeing 757 and one Boeing 767 aircraft

August 2006 - Secured two Boeing 767-200, delivered in March 2007 and October 2007

May 2006 - Silverjet joined the AIM

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