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Addition of a Learjet 31A, a Westwind Jet, and two King Air 200 turboprops

Dreamline Aviation adds four aircraft to its charter fleet

Since receiving its worldwide charter authorization from the FAA in June, 2010, Dreamline Aviation has placed eight aircraft on its certificate, including large, mid-size, light jets as well as King Air turboprops.

Dreamline Aviation continues to expand its fleet with the addition of a Learjet 31A, a Westwind Jet, and two King Air 200 turboprops. The company currently operates large, mid-size and light jets. With the addition of turboprops, Dreamline now offers a full range of private turbine powered aircraft on its worldwide charter certificate.

Since receiving certification earlier this year, Dreamline has embarked on a plan to become a full-spectrum charter operation similar to the former Spirit Aviation. Spirit, which was launched in the early 1980’s became one of the largest charter companies on the West Coast before being sold in 2006.

“One feature that has always set us apart has been our being able to offer our customers a variety of aircraft types”, says Mark Schmaltz, president of Dreamline. “Whatever mission our clients may have, we have the right aircraft to meet their needs.” He adds, “We’re all seeing an increasing demand for jet charter these days. Price is important, but people are also looking to trusted operators. We’re happy to be back reconnecting with our clients.”

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