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G550s set to be standout performers for STA Jets
From weekend getaways to business charters for key meetings, to complex international corporate junkets, STA offers a responsive and flexible service to get clients in the air. Three G550s will surely boost its offering.

STA Jets, a southern Californian executive jet charter, management services and sales and acquisitions company, has added three Gulfstream G550s to its fleet. These additions bring the fleet of managed aircraft up to 30. Along with the firm's full in-house charter and management services, they allow STA to meet even last-minute travel needs for individuals in southern California and beyond.

With a range of 6,750 nm, which allows nonstop flights from southern California to any European capital and much of Asia, and its large, versatile cabin that seats up to 16 and can sleep eight, Gulfstream's G550 is well-suited to a range of missions for business or pleasure. Each of the aircraft STA has acquired is outfitted with elite amenities and can be customised upon request to meet particular requirements.

From weekend getaways to business charters for key meetings, to complex international corporate junkets, STA offers a responsive and flexible service to get clients in the air. Founder and CEO Kurt Belcher explains: “An essential part of our ongoing commitment to getting each client to their destination, even at short notice, is continually ensuring that we have an ample, flexible and varied fleet to get you there.”

Offering the option for jet owners to offset a portion of their jet management costs with charter is one of the ways STA caters to the varied needs of jet owners and charter clients. Belcher adds: “We're in the business of always having options at the ready for the uniquely varied needs of the STA client.”

Headquartered at John Wayne airport in Santa Ana, California, the company has operations based in Van Nuys, San Jose, New York and Fort Lauderdale.

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