GrandView Aviation Opens Operational Hub in Atlanta, Georgia
The company operates its national fleet of Phenom 300 jets and a Sikorsky 76D helicopter from its headquarters in Maryland with bases in Texas, Illinois and Georgia.
GrandView Aviation will be placing a Wi-Fi enabled Embraer Phenom 300 light jet into service at PDK airport. Private fliers in Atlanta will have access to the best selling light jet in recent years on a pay-per-flight basis, company officials said.
"Atlanta puts our fleet in an ideal position to serve clients in the South," said Jessica Naor, COO, GrandView Aviation. "With our bases across the Central and Eastern US, we have a much larger service area and ability to bring new clients an exceptional light jet cabin experience."
GrandView's Phenoms provide private VIP jet charters for up to 9 passengers, as well as providing transportation for medical teams conducting life-saving organ transplant missions. The private jet operator noted it carries one of the highest safety ratings in the industry, Wyvern Wingman, and features new jet aircraft with exquisite interiors as well as complimentary Wi-Fi and lay-flat seating onboard all jets. The Phenom 300 can fly nonstop from Atlanta to destinations like Aspen, New York City, and Chicago and offers flights to international destinations in Canada, the Carribean, and Central & South America.
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