ProspAir Jet Charter’s parent gains Wyvern Wingman operator certification

Dumont JETs is among 50 U.S. charter operators that have met Wyvern Wingman’s safety standards

 

Dumont Aircraft Charter, LLC, known as Dumont JETS has been certified as a Wyvern Wingman Operator. Dumont JETS has a growing fleet that includes a total of seven Dassault Falcon 2000 aircraft and has recently acquired eight Hawker 400XP aircraft to make the fleet total of 27 aircraft. It sells jet cards through subsidiary ProspAir Air Charter. 

JET CARD INSIDER: For Short Flights On Heavy or SuperMid Jets, Flights To Hawaii And Alaska, ProspAir’s Jet Card Is Worth A Look

ProspAir may be new to Jet Cards, but its sourcing and programs provide wide options and attractive policies

 

ProspAir’s entry into the Jet Card market in November 2016 represents that these programs have become the sweet spot of private aviation with the number of providers having more than doubled in the past 10 years. The business is an offshoot of The Dumont Group, which was founded in 2013 by financier Kevin Wargo and Dan Piraino, an airline pilot with more than 14,000 flight hours. It started with one plane and a parts business, which has grown into a multi-pronged private aviation provider with bases in Texas, Illinois and Delaware, the headquarters. ProspAir’s birth came about when Christopher Tasca joined from another card seller. The Jet Card programs are designed to feed traffic into the 30+ aircraft The Dumont Group has under management. Its fleet is expected to grow significantly through both ownership and management. 

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