Silver Air Extends Its Fleet

The private jet company has a Gulfstream GIV-SP available for charter now...

Santa Barbara, Calif. – Silver Air, the private jet management company, has signed under management a Gulfstream GIV-SP that is based out of Camarillo, California, (CMA) and is available for charter operations now.

The newly refurbished 13-seat cabin features a partitioned cabin for comfort and privacy, plus 6-passenger sleeping configuration for overnight travel. The GIV-SP incorporates both Gogo domestic Wi-Fi and Swift Broadband worldwide Internet and Wi-Fi.

Silver Air’s latest fleet additions available for charter operations include the newly managed GIV-SP and a Dassault Falcon 2000 based in San Jose, California. Additional models under management include Gulfstream G450, GIV, Citation X, Lear 60, Beechjet 400A, Citation CJ2, and Phenom 100.

“Silver Air’s management model is the best option for private jet owners: Comprehensive cost analysis, specialized equipment maintenance and service negotiated to the best price, and transparent financial reporting,” said Chuck Stumpf, Silver Air executive vice president of business development. “Silver Air serves jet owners as their advocate with a smart, young, tech-savvy team that’s constantly working on the owner’s predetermined goals.”

Learn more about Silver Air’s private aircraft management here: vimeo.com/112879717.

More information at www.SilverAir.com. For more information on Silver Air’s Gulfstream GIV-SP, or to request a quote, visit www.silverair.com/fleet-g4-sp.html.

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About Silver Air

Silver Air is a pure private jet management service provider that 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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