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World's first Christian airline arrives in Denison


DENISON, Texas -- The world's first Christian airline charter service is one step closer to getting started in Denison. 

Judah One's MD-83 jet arrived at around 1 p.m. Sunday afternoon at the North Texas Regional Airport. 

The jet seats up to a hundred and fourty people and will be used for aviation ministry, carrying the missionaries and their cargo to do God's work around the world. 

"It's a very emotional day," said Founder of Judah 1, Everett Aaron. " To watch the plane land after going through an intensive C-check.... we're excited for what's to come." 

 Aaron says now that the jet is here, they'll begin a four week process of certifications with the Federal Aviation Administration. In between the paperwork, the group will begin remodeling the inside of the plane. 

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