Prominent Phenom 300 operator GrandView Aviation now ranks as one of the most active private charter operations in the US. GrandView recently broke the Top 30 in terms of flight activity according to ARGUS International's TraqPak Pro, which is an aircraft activity analysis and market intelligence tool. The company completed over 1,500 flights in the past 90 days accumulating over 2,000 hours in the air. GrandView Aviation has experienced tremendous growth in the last quarter including expansions to Van Nuys airport in California and its most recent base opening in Bedford, Massachusetts.
The company has a fully owned and operated fleet of aircraft that, unlike a managed fleet of aircraft, is able to accommodate late-notice flight requests since its aircraft do not require owner approval. Its common fleet of aircraft gives customers a consistent and reliable experience and features the latest in in-flight amenities, like high-speed wi-fi from Gogo Business Aviation. GrandView's Phenom 300 jets, manufactured by Embraer Executive Jets offer reliability and their nonstop flight range and cabin sizes exceed many similar jets in the light category.
“To rank in number 29 of charter operators nationwide is an incredible achievement by our team,” says COO Jessie Naor. “We are leading the industry in operational efficiency and safety, as well as providing consistency for our clients. None of this is possible without the incredible team of aviation professionals we have building our operation.”
In addition to private flight services for VIP clientele, the company is one of the nation's leading jet operators in the organ transplant industry. In 2021 so far, GrandView Aviation has transported over 100 transplant surgical teams and life-saving donor organs. The company just took delivery of its 11th Phenom 300 and has plans to add additional aircraft and locations in 2021 and into 2022.