The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, authorizes the Treasury Department to provide up to $16 billion of payroll support to aviation providers. So far over 500 have applied
The U.S. Treasury Department has revealed the list of aviation providers who have applied for the $16 billion allocated for industry workers’ payroll support.
The Payroll Support Program under Division A, Title IV, Subtitle B of the CARES Act provided payroll support to passenger air carriers, cargo air carriers, and certain contractors for the continuation of payment of employee wages, salaries, and benefits. Here’s who got how much
It’s uncertain when there will be more government for the airline industry, and if so, will it extend to the private aviation side?
While the CARES Act payments have been widely credited for helping business jet operators get back on their feet quickly, they also have detractors, including NetJets, the largest private jets operator.
The Pilatus PC-12 operator offers a regional jet card in the Northeast and scheduled and on-demand charter flights in the Caribbean
Tradewind Aviation says its clients now have the opportunity to offset the carbon emissions of their flight activity. It’s applicable for scheduled service, private charter, or the Goodspeed jet card program.
The Pilatus PC-12 operator has also reduced minimums from 60 minutes to 8/10ths of an hour within its primary service area
Tradewind Aviation is following up on last year’s launch of its Goodspeed Jet Card program by restructuring its on-demand charter pricing within its fixed-rate service area.