Just four months into 2014, Solairus Aviation has already added a Phoenix, AZ-based Hawker 800XP, a Midwestern-based Global Express XRS, a Fort Lauderdale, FL-based Challenger 604, a Challenger 300 near Boston, MA, and a Global Express XRS based in White Plains, NY to their charter fleet.
These charter jets join five additional managed accounts, bringing Solairus’ total fleet number to nearly seventy aircraft.
“We are especially excited about our large-cabin and super-mid options in the Northeast Market,” said Solairus’ newly appointed Charter Sales Director, Colleen McCauley.
“With our New York Global Express XRS and our Boston Challenger 300 joining our Farmingdale, NY-Based Falcon 50EX, we can now easily accommodate a myriad of charter requests within our own managed fleet.”
Solairus’ Vice President of Charter Sales, Paul Class, credits recent fleet growth to the company’s strong flight operations and safety programs.
“Our entire fleet, including our charter aircraft, is supported by Solairus’ industry leading Flight Operations Team and a Safety Management System that has been ARG/US Platinum, Wyvern Wingman, and IS-BAO stage three certified,” Class has assured.
“The continuous momentum generated by our commitment to our owners has resulted in unprecedented quality fleet growth during our first quarter this year.
“I am please to report that this positive trend will continue into the summer months as well. We are preparing to add a Connecticut-based Falcon 900C, a Arkansas-based Citation Excel S+, and a San Francisco Bay Area-based King Air 350i to our expanding charter portfolio, further enhancing one of the most versatile nationwide charter fleets available,” he added.