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GrandView takes the long view with Chicago base
GrandView's Phenoms provide private jet charters for up to nine passengers, as well as transport for medical teams on life-saving organ transplant missions. The operator is positioning a Phenom 300 at Chicago Executive.
A Phenom 300 will be available to charter from Chicago.
Read this story in our February 2020 printed issue.

GrandView Aviation is opening a new base at Chicago Executive airport in early 2020. The company will be placing a 2017 Embraer Phenom 300 light jet at PWK, with plans to continue its growth to new regions.

“We've had many clients enquire about expanding our service to the Chicagoland and Midwest region,” says COO Jessica Naor. “With our bases in Maryland, Texas and now Illinois, we can serve clients from the East Coast to the Midwest, creating more options for private jet clients that demand newer, wi-fi equipped aircraft.”

GrandView's Phenoms provide private VIP jet charters for up to nine passengers, as well as transportation for medical teams conducting life-saving organ transplant missions. The private jet operator carries Wyvern Wingman certification and features new jet aircraft with plush interiors as well as complimentary wi-fi and lie-flat seating onboard all jets. The Phenom 300 can fly non-stop from Chicago to almost any point in the continental US, and offers flights to international destinations in Canada, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.

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