A second Bravo will significantly increase Flight Logistics' jet charter capacity.

A second Bravo will significantly increase Flight Logistics' jet charter capacity.

The aircraft's interior was upgraded in 2015.

The aircraft's interior was upgraded in 2015.

May 14, 2019

Second Bravo joins Green Bay charter fleet
Flight Logistics' latest Bravo is configured for nine passengers with sandstone leather seating and a high-gloss cocoa maple cabinetry interior with dual executive tables. It has a fully enclosed aft lavatory too.

Green Bay, Wisconsin-based Flight Logistics had added a second Citation Bravo to its fleet. The aircraft joins an existing charter fleet of six, all based at Austin-Straubel Field airport.

CEO Tom Hakes comments: “The Citation Bravo is a good fit for many of our charter missions, whether it is a business trip or a group of fans heading to a Packers game. We are excited about doubling our jet service capacity. Many of our clients need to fly into airports that are not served by the airlines or need to do business in multiple cities in one day and we now have another dedicated tool to help them do just that, in a very efficient manner.”

The Bravo is configured for nine passengers with sandstone leather seating and a high-gloss cocoa maple cabinetry interior with dual executive tables, newly-installed in 2015. The aircraft also has a fully enclosed aft lavatory and special ski tube equipment storage.

Flight Logistics is an ARG/US Gold certified charter operation whose charter fleet comprises two Citation Bravos, four King Airs and a Beech Baron. Its charter specialists can also access a worldwide aircraft network to arrange clients' travel needs to accommodate any size aircraft and group.

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