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Posts by Mitchell St. Amant

Biz aviation extremely busy during the COVID-19 crisis

In a world like none we have seen before, the business aviation community has been a vital part of supporting commerce and healthcare in the new realities of COVID-19. As traditional airline options are diminishing, passengers can be stranded in various parts of the world. “Business aviation is being used primarily for two purposes right…

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Chartright’s Fleet Continues to Grow

Chartright Air Group continues to add flexible aircraft charter options to its fleet with the arrival of the midsize jet C-GTRG, a Gulfstream G200. The latest addition to Chartright’s fleet of luxury private jets offers comfortable seating for up to 10 passengers. In-cabin amenities include a satellite phone, Air Show, and individual audio controls for…

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A Little About Empty Legs

It’s hard to determine when the term empty leg was first used to describe a route or leg flown by a private jet aircraft without passengers. However, it’s likely to assume since private jet travel was born in the 1960s with the development and flight of the first Learjet, empty legs started about the same…

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Chartright Air Group Launches Customs Sufferance Warehouse

Chartright Air Group, operating an FBO at the Regional of Waterloo International Airport (CYKF), is expanding its operation to include a Customs Sufferance Warehouse as part of its 50,000 sq-ft hangar facility as of August 2019. The CBSA approved facility will now be licensed for short-term storage of imported goods not yet customs cleared, with…

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