Fast-growing GrandView Aviation will launch private jet charter services in the greater Los Angeles this May with a base at Van Nuys Airport. The airport is the fourth busiest in the United States. The move follows base launches in Boston and complements recently opened locations in Arizona and Colorado.
In 2020, Grandview doubled its Embraer Phenom 300 fleet. The company said it is “executing on its high-growth plan of national on-demand Phenom 300 charter services.” All its aircraft provide free WiFi.
In addition to typical charters, the Part 135 operator is a leading provider of organ transplant team transportation.
“We believe California will be well served by our fleet as there is a lack of new, light jet aircraft that can handle longer-range missions like the Phenom 300 can,” said Jessie Naor, Chief Operating Officer of GrandView Aviation.
She continued, “Our aircraft can fly nonstop from Los Angles to Chicago, and in very good wind conditions, to Miami. This kind of range is incredible in a light jet; most fliers would need to upgrade to a midsize jet for these destinations.”
GrandView offers customers its Altitude Miles Program. Members earn miles on charter flights, which are redeemable for catering, flight credits, and other amenities.
The program also offers a flexible cancelation policy and empty leg specials. Initial membership tiers are complimentary, while the company does offer premium memberships that include hourly discounts on flights.
The company’s bases include Boston, Baltimore, Chicago, Atlanta, Austin, Phoenix, and Denver. It is Wyvern Wingman rated.