SC Aviation Fleet Now Bookable Via Stratajet

By Doug Gollan, April 6, 2017

Online charter broker Stratajet has added Janesville, Wisconsin-based SC Aviation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Colony Brands to its inventory of aircraft customers can book via its online platform launched last year. SC Aviation operates lifth, mid and heavy aircraft and in over 50 years has never had an FAA violation, incident or accident. The operator flies over 6,000 flight hours annually. Stratajet now claims over 1,250 aircraft on its online platform. 

In a press release, Stratajet said, “The partnership with the trusted operator is an important marker for Stratajet in continuing to grow its U.S. offering.” The company added, “While Stratajet has seen strong demand for charter services in major private jet territories, such as New York, Florida and California, the addition of SC Aviation’s fleet will significantly increase the revolutionary booking platform’s exposure to private aviation in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois.”

SC Aviation’s fleet includes Falcons, Hawkers and Lear Jets, based in in Chicago, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee and Minneapolis.

Stratajet said in the release it “is continually looking to sign operators and partners, from within and outside of the aviation industry, to increase the accessibility of private jet travel.”

Evan Redders, Charter Sales at SC Aviation, noted, “Stratajet has one of the cleanest and most user-friendly app services within the entire private jet market.”

Founded in 2011 by Jonathan Nicol, a former RAF fighter pilot, turned computer scientist, Stratajet boasts sophisticated technology filtering through millions of calculations in seconds to return from its inventory available aircraft for any given flight search.

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