Jet charter and management firm Jet Exchange has secured its Foreign Air Operator Certificate (FAOC) from the Canadian Transportation Agency, enabling it to conduct non-scheduled flights between the UK and Canada.
The certification means brokers can book trans-Atlantic flights through Jet Exchange with complete confidence. Equipped with a Challenger 604, the charter business can now conduct direct operations from Britain with the range to reach the Canadian urban eastern heartlands of Toronto and Montreal, plus the capital, Ottawa.
Ian Austin, Managing Director, Jet Exchange, says: “Canada is a highly popular destination for business and leisure travellers alike, and our Challenger 604 provides a cost-effective option for discerning clients who want to arrive in the Great White North in style. Our crews are already very familiar with North America thanks to our US approvals, and this latest certification from the CTA means brokers can make the most of our expertise.”
Luton Airport-based Jet Exchange operates under its own AOC with a variety of aircraft available from mid-range jets to European turboprops. The company also has approvals from the US Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Authority to conduct commercial operations in the USA, and is a US Department of Homeland Security Approved Carrier.
Notes to editor:
Founded by pilot and engineer Ian Austin in 2007, Jet Exchange is a jet acquisition, sales, management and charter business based at Luton Airport.
Jet Exchange’s fleet, which includes a Challenger 604 and Pilatus PC12, flies under its own AOC to destinations across the globe, including the USA as a US Department of Homeland Security Approved Carrier.
With a focus on providing a highly reliable, personalised service, Jet Exchange delivers everything business and private clients require from a quality aviation provider.
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