Start-up Piaggio P.180 provider AeroVanti is increasing hourly rates by $500 and says it still plans acquisitions
AeroVanti will increase hourly rates on Jan. 1. At that time, hourly pricing east of the Mississippi goes to $2,450 from $1,950. Its flights west of the Mississippi will continue to carry a $500 surcharge.
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Piaggio program AeroVanti has ended its agreement with Brazos Valley Air Charter to operate P.180 flights for members
AeroVanti, which launched operations at the beginning of the summer, is pivoting away from Brazos Valley Air Charter. An official with Brazos confirmed the split
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On the surface, Annapolis, Maryland-based AeroVanti, turns the clock back to 2013. That’s when Kenny Dichter launched the Beechcraft King Air into a mainstream private aviation charter solution using huge stars like Tom Brady and Serena Williams climbing aboard the turboprop and selling memberships through Costco. It also resurrects the aircraft that Avantair popularized before its 2014 bankruptcy. Serial entrepreneur Patrick Britton-Harr hopes his new venture will follow the former than the latter. With an hourly rate of just $1,995 plus 7.5% Federal Excise Tax, like Dichter, he wants to move first-timers from the airlines to fly privately.
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