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Gulfstreams and Citations join the Alerion fleet
With bases in New York, Florida, and California, Alerion Aviation provides private jet charters as well as aircraft management, maintenance and worldwide aviation consulting. It manages and operates over 20 jets.

Alerion Aviation has added four aircraft to its fleet; a Gulfstream V, Gulfstream 280, a Citation X and a Citation Sovereign.

“We are thrilled to introduce these newly managed aircraft into our fleet,” says CEO Bob Seidel. “These cutting-edge models exemplify our dedication to offering the highest standards of luxury, convenience and reliability to our customers for charter services.”

With the expanded fleet, Alerion Aviation is poised to serve an even wider range of destinations, catering to both domestic and international travel requirements. Each flight will be tailored to the specific preferences and needs of the passengers, and Alerion looks forward to welcoming both new and existing clients on board.

With bases in New York, Florida, and California, Alerion Aviation manages and operates over 20 midsize, super-mid and heavy jets, all available for charter. It holds safety ratings from ARGUS Platinum Elite, Wyvern and IS-BAO Stage III.

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