iAero Airways, the largest B2B passenger charter and cargo air carrier in the US, and one of the companies within the iAero Group aviation investment platform, announced it has completed the rigorous FAA process of adding Boeing 767s to its ever-expanding fleet. The iAero Airways team worked closely with the FAA to accomplish this important certification.
iAero Airways added the Houston Rockets VIP Boeing 767-300ER as the first of its kind in their fleet. Following the FAA guidelines and completing the required proving flights, the FAA has granted Operations Specifications to iAero Airways to begin revenue operations with the new aircraft type. The first flight for the Houston Rockets was completed last week.
The company expects great interest in the charter market for the VIP-configured Boeing 767. It represents one of the most unique and luxurious charter aircraft in the market with many upgraded amenities one would expect in the finest business jets, including lie–flat seats, high speed Wi-Fi, entertainment systems, and a bar.
iAero Airways has expanded its service to operate a total of six DHL cargo aircraft.
The latest aircraft to be added, a Boeing 737-800F, will operate on an ACMI basis by iAero Airways while the other five existing aircraft are operated on a CM basis.
iAero Airways has expanded its NHL air charter program from eight NHL teams in 2019 up to twelve in 2021. These NHL teams, which represent half of all US-based teams, include:
Columbus Blue Jackets
New Jersey Devils
New York Islanders
St. Louis Blues
Swift Air (Phoenix and Greensboro) this month transitioned to a new identity and name.
The name change reflects the ownership change.
In December 2018, Swift Air was acquired by iAero Group as a key component of their new integrated aviation services platform. This acquisition created a number of unique opportunities with safety, quality and cost advantages throughout the platform. A year later, Swift Air began its transition to rebrand as iAero Airways.
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