Silver Air Celebrates Six Years of Growth

Silver Air, the Southern California-based private jet management and charter company, marked its sixth anniversary on October 21, 2014. The company has expanded from a West Coast regionally focused provider to a worldwide operator with regular flights to international destinations for business and leisure travelers.

Silver Air is based in Southern California, the hub of the charter industry, with an expanding fleet currently comprising 14 luxury aircraft and approximately 35  fulltime pilots located throughout the state.

“Silver Air has doubled the size of our fleet in just the past two years and we see this growth continuing to accelerate,” said Jason Middleton, Silver Air CEO. “We’re actively adding new clients who own the best luxury aircraft to build a fleet that can meet our rapidly expanding charter demand.”

In just the past few months, Silver Air has added a mid-sized Learjet 60, an ultra-long range Gulfstream GV and most recently a new long-range Gulfstream GIV.

“This is an important time and milestone for Silver Air,” Middleton said. “Jet owners and asset management companies are taking a hard look at who manages their aircraft and to what end. Silver Air has proven to each and every client that our new model and style better supports their business objectives.”

Silver Air’s owner-advocate model ultimately creates the highest value for private jet owners in the industry. Transparency in their management and reporting practices translates into confidence that the business of owning a private aircraft is on track with defined objectives.

More information at www.SilverAir.com.

About Silver Air

Silver Air, the leading pure charter management company within the business aviation industry, delivers a transparent, owner-advocate approach to management creating valuable partnerships with private jet owners. Founded in 2008, the company is based in Southern California with corporate offices in Santa Barbara. Silver Air manages a comprehensive fleet of luxury aircraft from light to long-range heavy jets and a global network operating around the clock, 24 hours a day. 

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