Salt Lake City, Utah (March 23, 2023) Elevate Aviation Group’s Keystone Aviation unit, which is devoted to aircraft management and charter, has added two aircraft that provide large-cabin comfort and global capability. And Elevate Jet is adding another Challenger 650 to its fleet.
All are newly managed aircraft with the Falcon 7X and G650 being added to the Keystone Part 135 charter certificate and the Challenger 650 to the Elevate Air charter certificate.
“Our managed fleet is growing with high-quality aircraft as owners are attracted by Keystone’s attention to detail and cost benefits—not to mention how easy we make aircraft ownership for them,” said Randy McKinney, President of Elevate Aviation Group.
“These owners have chosen to allow their aircraft to be selectively chartered, generating premium revenue to offset ownership costs. We are able to leverage our Keystone and Private Jet Services teams to generate well-positioned and high-value charter for our owners and clients alike, “ said McKinney. “Elevate is unique in being able to conduct fairly straightforward charters in aircraft as small as a Pilatus PC-12 as well as complex itineraries for large groups in VIP airliners.”
Elevate Aviation Group manages and charters more than 30 aircraft from bases across the United States.