Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Solairus Aviation Expands Fleet
Solairus Aviation’s managed and charter fleet continues to grow with the recent addition of six large-cabin jets, all secured in the third quarter, the San Fransisco-based company said. With nearly 60 managed aircraft, Solairus now operates 35 different types of aircraft based at nearly 40 U.S and international locations across 15 different states.
“We have three large-cabin jets joining our charter fleet with three more fully-managed accounts coming on board simultaneously," Dan Drohan, Solairus CEO said. "We have a Connecticut-based Falcon 2000LX and two Florida-based jets, a Falcon 900C and a Challenger 604, coming over as well as two new Challenger 605s and a Falcon 2000EX. It is very rewarding to see clients continuing to embrace Solairus and our approach to aircraft management.”
“Businesses and individuals continue to choose us because we have a very transparent, client-focused approach to the business,” Drohan continued. "Our managed clients understand and recognize that our primary role is to ensure their safety - and to provide them with personalized attention at exceptional levels. We have demonstrated our abilities month in and month out since we started. Our commitment to tempered growth has allowed us to expand without compromising the passion and commitment we have to providing the highest levels of safety and service at every opportunity. These new additions, along with every other aircraft in our fleet, are powerful representations of the trust we have earned since our inception five years ago. I am extremely proud of what we have been able to build and accomplish in that short amount of time."