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Sun Air backs up management capabilities as NAFA member
With NAFA predicting a 30 per cent increase in Q1 2021 aircraft purchase financing thanks to low interest rates, now would be a good time to join the association. Sun Air Jets has done just that.
The Part 135 operator and FBO has become a member of the National Aircraft Finance Association.

Camarillo-based Sun Air Jets has recently joined the National Aircraft Finance Association (NAFA) network of aviation professionals. The move will reinforce the high level of service that the company provides within its aviation asset management division by utilising NAFA's resources and network of professionals.

“NAFA members proudly support general and business aviation aircraft throughout the world, and we’re happy to add Sun Air Jets to our association,” says president Jim Blessing. “As NAFA celebrates its 50th anniversary, we point to the many services our members offer to the public, including the work Sun Air Jets does in the charter vertical.”

Sun Air Jets aircraft manager MaKayla Gorski adds: “We are excited to join such a reputable organisation within the aviation industry and look forward to the successful relationships that will be built in the years to come.”

Sun Air Jets serves the greater Los Angeles and surrounding areas with bases in Camarillo and Van Nuys, California, including a full-service FBO at its Camarillo airport headquarters. The company is a fully certified Part 145 repair station and 135 charter operator.

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