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KaiserAir, Inc. Is Certified by the FAA to Operate Large Jets as a Commercial Airline Under FAR Part 121

Dépèche transmise le 10 mars 2011 par Business Wire

KaiserAir, Inc. Is Certified by the FAA to Operate Large Jets as a Commercial Airline Under FAR Part 121

KaiserAir, Inc. Is Certified by the FAA to Operate Large Jets as a Commercial Airline Under FAR Part 121

OAKLAND, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--KaiserAir, Inc. announced today that it will provide full flight operations and management services for a Boeing 737-700 with all-premier passenger service – 60-seat configuration - for private carriage twice weekly between Oakland International Airport’s North Field and Kona, Hawaii beginning in March 2011.

Upon notice of certification from the FAA, Ronald J. Guerra, President of KaiserAir, thanked his certification team for two years of dedicated service. “I am very proud of the team and the support of everyone at KaiserAir. KaiserAir is the first air carrier to successfully complete 121 Certification and ETOPS simultaneously and become a member of a small special group of air carriers certified to operate aircraft under FAR Parts 91, 121, and 135. As only the second Oakland home-based air carrier in Oakland’s airport history, KaiserAir looks forward to providing additional air carrier services to the market.”

KaiserAir is a privately owned company with home base facilities at Oakland North Field and Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport in California. Its primary business is providing full service aviation management services to owners of business jet aircraft. Aircraft services include: managing and operating corporate and privately owned aircraft; airframe engine, avionics and accessory support maintenance; common carriage charter; FBO and line services; fuel distribution of Chevron and AirBP products.

In 2008, KaiserAir became the twelfth company to receive the NBAA 60 Years of Safe Flying Award.

KaiserAir, Inc. was founded in 1980 as a spin-off company after the voluntary liquidation of the Kaiser family of companies. Kaiser Industries made Oakland its in-house aircraft base in 1955. Including operations under the original Kaiser family of company KaiserAir is entering its 56th year of continuous operations at Oakland North Field. KaiserAir established its second home base at Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport in 2008 with the purchase of Apex Aviation and the assignment of the lease.

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