Million Air Dallas Adds Global 5000 To Charter Fleet

Addison, Texas (ADS) – Million Air Dallas announced the addition of a Global 5000 aircraft to their charter certificate. Million Air Dallas offers its clients the following aircraft choices: Gulfstream G650, Global 5000, Gulfstream G450, Gulfstream G-IV SP, Embraer Legacy, Challenger 850, Challenger 300 (2), Citation Sovereign (3), Hawker 800XP, Citation Ultra (2), and Citation CJ3. This fleet allows non- stop freedom to fly globally!


This Global 5000, supports a configuration for 12 passengers, offering ample space to stretch your legs and relax, or get some work done. Forward cabin features four executive club seats, center-left cabin a four-place conference group opposite an entertainment center, two club seats in far cabin opposite a three-place divan, with full galley in front and secured lavatory in aft, enabling sectioning off for meeting, entertainment, or snoozing.


“We are proud to be the leading charter operator in North Texas and continue to add the most diverse and best jets available. The Global 5000 truly is an impressive large size jet made to fit your mission. We operate with safety as our number one priority” states Bob Schmidt, Director of Operations.

About Million Air Dallas
Million Air Dallas is located at Addison Airport (ADS). Since 1984, Million Air Dallas has combined luxurious flight services with award winning excellence. By providing the highest level of service at competitive rates, Million Air Dallas continues to take the industry to new heights. We offer outstanding service in aircraft charter, aircraft acquisitions, aircraft management, FBO (fixed base operator) line service, and aircraft maintenance. Customers receive 24-hour access to the fleet without having to purchase a membership, place a large deposit, pay capital or leasing costs, as well as any monthly management fees.


Million Air Dallas is rated platinum by ARG/US (Aviation Research Group/US), is an IS-BAO Stage III rated, and recipient of the Certificate of Excellence “Diamond Award” by the Federal Aviation Administration.

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