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PrismJet receives FAA approval for international charter operations
PrismJet joins an elite group of operators that can operate aircraft with 10 or more seats on international charters. It is now awaiting approval for the Pacific region to complete worldwide charter capability.
PrismJet's Challenger 350.

Arizona-based PrismJet has received approval for international charter operations from the FAA, and has joined the Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF).

PrismJet launched in 2023 and started domestic charter operations earlier this year. With the addition of this newest FAA authorisation, PrismJet joins a small, elite group of operators that can operate aircraft with 10 or more seats on international charters. The final approval in the coming months will be for the Pacific region, including Hawaii, giving PrismJet worldwide charter capabilities.

"The approval of these specifications is a significant milestone for our company as we continue to expand our global presence and reach," says vice president Scott Casey. "This is a testament to our team's expertise and experience."

Of ACS membership, CEO Mike Bianco says: "At PrismJet, safety is not just a priority; it's a core value embedded in every aspect of our operations. Joining the Air Charter Safety Foundation allows us to collaborate with other industry leaders, share best practices and continuously improve our safety protocols. We are honoured to be a part of an organisation that shares our commitment to achieving the highest standards of aviation safety."

Bryan Burns, president and CEO of ACSF, adds: "We are delighted to have PrismJet join the Air Charter Safety Foundation. Its dedication to safety and excellence aligns perfectly with our mission. We look forward to working together to further enhance the safety and reliability of charter aviation."

Based out of Scottsdale airport, PrismJet operates a charter fleet of two Challenger 350s and a Learjet 45XR. It has plans to expand into the large cabin market.

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