Maryland-based GrandView will open its ninth and tenth bases as it grows to 17 Phenom 300s
The charter operator offers an as-available jet card with fixed hourly rates and fixed-route pricing. It now has 17 of the top-selling light jets.
New bases open at Teterboro Airport on July 15 and July 18 at Reno. They join bases in Baltimore, Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, and Phoenix.
“I’m thrilled to celebrate the further expansion of our fleet with this latest delivery as we progress toward our goal of 20 plus aircraft by year-end,” says Jessie Naor, President of GrandView.
In addition to passenger charters, GrandView is a leader in organ transplant flights.
Naor adds, “Opening new bases in Teterboro and Reno this month, with three more planned by year-end, enables us to better serve the transportation needs of our private charter passengers and organ transplant teams across the U.S.”
GrandView was acquired in March by Global Medical Response and operates under AirMed International, part of the GMR family.
“The impact of these new aircraft and bases are far-reaching,” says Denise Treadwell, president of AirMed International.
She notes, “Through the addition of each new aircraft and operation, GrandView increases access to life-saving organ transplants for patients around the nation and to safe and reliable charter services for our VIP clientele.”