Cincinnati, OH, March 20, 2012: Reynolds Jet Management announced the addition of a Gulfstream G-IV-SP to its air carrier certificate.
The aircraft, based in the southeast United States, is available immediately for charter. The G-IV is one of the stalwarts of the corporate fleet and with many upgrades through the life of this aircraft type, the G-IV-SP is the pinnacle of that evolution. The G-IV-SP, with its 4000nm range is a perfect aircraft to cover North America in typical Gulfstream style.
Reynolds Jet continues to grow its managed fleet and the aircraft currently available for charter will not disappoint. Al Mann, Director of Operations: “We have seen some rapid expansion recently, but we have always put ourselves in a position where change management has been controlled through our safety process. The addition of aircraft is always a large challenge for air carriers, with the ever-increasing oversight and regulatory demands placed upon them, but Reynolds Jet places great emphasis on its safety culture and ability to operate multiple aircraft based in multiple locations.”
Over the past several months, Reynolds Jet has been concentrating on adding to its fleet, especially those aircraft that are not based in or around their home airport, Cincinnati-Lunken. These efforts are paying off and, along with strategic partnerships within the industry, aircraft are being added that bring more flexibility to their charter clients.
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Contact: Al Mann, Reynolds Jet Management, 358 Wilmer Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45226
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