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ASI Charter opens bases and adds Learjets
Two base openings are just the beginning for ASI Charter's expansion plans. The company is cresting a wave of increased business and has added two Learjet 60s to its east coast fleet.
The two Learjet 60s each provide space, comfort and amenities such as onboard wi-fi and updated interiors.
Read this story in our February 2022 printed issue.

US charter company ASI Charter has opened bases at Teterboro airport in New Jersey and at Miami's Opa Locka airport in Florida. It has also added two Learjet 60s to its northeast and southeast fleets.

“We are excited about the two new base openings in Teterboro and Miami-Opa Locka as it will give us more east coast coverage,” says CEO Geno Haggan. “While Teterboro is a popular location for corporate and leisure travel out of the New York and New Jersey surrounding areas, Miami is a perfect location for tropical vacation destinations to the Bahamas, Mexico and the Caribbean.”

ASI Charter is headquartered in the heart of ski country in Denver, Colorado, and has another base in Phoenix, Arizona. After experiencing a year of record growth and increased demand from brokers and clients, it says its expansion to the east coast makes sense. The two Learjet 60s each provide space, comfort and cabin amenities such as onboard wi-fi and updated interiors.

The company expects to continue development of its regional presence, fleet and personnel to support its advancement as a nationwide private jet charter provider. It has once more secured its designation as a Wyvern Wingman certified operator following a successful audit in September 2021. This air charter standard provides a safety benchmark that allows air charter customers to assess performance expectations against recognised industry best operating practices before purchasing air charter services.

“Being a Wyvern Wingman operator allows our company to demonstrate to our aviation industry partners that we practise what we preach,” says VP of operations Bobby Dahlquist. “At ASI Charter, safety is our number one priority and the backbone of our operations. We look forward to working with future customers and partners alike and to operate at the standards this certification holds.”

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