Solairus Opens Denver Office, Adds Two Charter Jet Aircraft

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Solairus Aviation has announced the opening of a new office at Centennial Airport in Denver, CO. Solairus is also pleased to be welcoming new additions to its managed charter fleet, adding two Oakland-based charter jet aircraft in May.

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We've added seven new aircraft to our charter fleet, opened a new office in Denver and have forged several new corporate partnerships within the first four months of the year.

Solairus Aviation has announced the opening of a new office at Centennial Airport in Denver, CO. The new office will augment and support the company's established East and West Coast operations and will play a key role in providing client support throughout the Mountain States. Solairus tapped Brian Moss to head the new office and to act as a local contact for regional partners and charter jet clients. Moss is excited to be a part of the company's latest expansion. "Our new office location is perfect, and the timing for its grand opening is ideal," Moss said. "As the company continues to expand, having regional representation to better serve our clients has become increasingly important. Our new office is located at one of the nation's highest rated FBOs, less than 30 minutes from downtown. I am confident that Denver is going to be an excellent market for Solairus and I am pleased to be here representing our great company."

Solairus is also pleased to be welcoming new additions to its managed charter jet fleet, adding two Oakland-based large cabin charter jet aircraft in May. These two aircraft, a Bombardier Global Express and a Challenger 604, are currently undergoing Part 135 conformity inspections and will be available for charter flights upon completion.

Solairus Chairman and CEO Dan Drohan attributed the recent charter jet fleet and infrastructure additions to the company's safety and service culture.

"2011 is off to a good start for Solairus," Drohan stated. "We've added seven new charter jet aircraft to our charter fleet, opened a new office in Denver and have forged several new corporate partnerships within the first four months of the year. During this same period of time, Solairus was also awarded the NBAA Flying Safety Award, recognizing our team-members for their exceptional achievements in maintaining safe flight and ground operations. This award is a testament to the high degree of professionalism and care inherent in Solairus’ operations, and it is a tribute to the skill of our administrative and maintenance staff, flight crew and support teams. I am very proud of all of them and I know that their efforts will continue to help our company grow."

For more information, visit http://www.solairusaviation.com or call 800-359-7861 today to discuss your travel plans and explore what private air charter can do for you.

About Solairus Aviation:

Solairus is a full-service aviation asset management company that provides clients with expertise in acquiring and operating a wide range of private aircraft.

With a fleet of over 50 managed aircraft, Solairus is one of only 85 Aviation Research Group/US Platinum-rated charter operators in the world. After completion of an intense operations and safety systems audit, the ARG/US Platinum rating is awarded to those who have demonstrated that their procedures meet or exceed industry “Best Practices” in all phases. Solairus has also received the NBAA Commercial Business Flying Safety Award and is an IS-BAO certified company. For more information about Solairus Aviation, visit http://www.solairusaviation.com or call 800-359-7861.

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