GrandView cracks Top 30 Part 135 private jet charter operator list

GrandView Phenom 300

Having doubled its fleet, Phenom 300 operator GrandView Aviation is now among the nation’s 30 largest charter operators, according to Argus Traqpak

Phenom 300 operator GrandView Aviation has cracked Argus Traqpak’s list of the top 30 Part 135 charter operators. Over the past 90 days, the Maryland-based operator completed over 1,500 flights accumulating over 2,000 flight hours. It recently opened locations at Van Nuys Airport in California and Hanscomb Field in Bedford, Massachusetts.

Phenom 300 operator GrandView Aviation adds Boston base

GrandView Aviation

Following westward expansion to Austin, Chicago, Scottsdale and Denver, Maryland-based GrandView Aviation is moving north into Boston

Phenom 300 charter operator GrandView Aviation has opened a base at Bedford, Massachusetts. This is the second of three private jet bases that will open in 2021. GrandView will be operating out of Laurence G. Hanscom Field (KBED). It will offer private charter services, including a membership offer, in addition to its life-saving organ transplant team transportation services.

GrandView Aviation adds Denver base

GrandView Aviation

Phenom 300 private jet charter operator GrandView Aviation added bases in Scottsdale and Chicago in 2020

Denver is becoming a hot spot for expansion among private jet operators. Maryland-based GrandView Aviation said it would open a base at Centennial Airport on Feb. 1. It’s the company’s sixth base. In recent years, the Embraer Phenom 300 operator has added Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, and Scottsdale.

GrandView Aviation adds 3 Phenom 300s

GrandView Aviation

GrandView recently launched its fifth based in Scottsdale, Arizona, and now has 10 of the best-selling Embraer Phenom 300 light jets in its fleet

Maryland-based GrandView Aviation has taken delivery of three new Embraer Phenom 300s. The private jet charter operator now has 10 Phenom 300s, a Sikorsky S76-D, and a 2020 Bell 407 GXi. 

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