GrandView Aviation, one of the largest Phenom 300 charter operators in the US, has announced the addition of Colorado's Centennial airport to its list of bases. Beginning in February, GrandView will have a fleet of Phenom 300 aircraft ready to serve Denver area travel from its location at Signature Flight Support's KAPA FBO. The Denver launch is expected to mark the first of three new locations scheduled for GrandView's 2021 expansion plans.
In 2020, GrandView took delivery of five new Embraer Phenom 300s and added charter service bases in Atlanta, Georgia and Scottsdale, Arizona while experiencing a year of record growth and demand. The company is expecting to continue development of its geographical presence, fleet and personnel this year to support its advancement as a nationwide operator. GrandView currently offers customers a fleet of ten Phenom 300s, a Sikorsky S76-D and a Bell 407 GXi from six bases around the country.
“We're thrilled to open this new location in the heart of ski country, and the slopes are a great outdoor activity to maintain social distance,” says Jessica Naor, Grandview COO. “We take the utmost care in protecting our passengers and crew by using electrostatic disinfection technology on our fleet, plus additional safety protocols like multiple temperature checks daily.”
GrandView's ability to serve another region provides added value to customers who have enrolled in the company's Miles Program. Members of the programme are able to earn miles on charter flights that can be redeemed for catering, flight credits and other amenities. The programme also offers utilisation of GrandView's flexible cancelation policy and empty leg specials.