Business Air Promotes Kenneth S. Edmondson to VP

July 21, 2017 – Business Air™ announces the promotion of Kenneth S. Edmondson to the newly created position of Vice President of Flight Operations. A year ago, Ken joined the company as Chief Pilot bringing 26 years of Corporate and Military aviation experience. In this last year, he has brought military discipline and oversight to flight operations and has earned the respect of executive management, pilots and customers alike.

Business Air Concentrates Focus on Charter, Management and Fractional Ownership Services; Divests FBO

June 30, 2017 – Business Air™ announced today a strategic re-direction of its business to better serve the needs of its aircraft charter, management and fractional ownership customers.  “Given the growth and increasing demands of our charter and management business, we felt the timing was right for us to concentrate the focus of our business,” said Damon Ward, CEO. Business Air’s charter and management business has grown significantly through both fleet expansion and its entry into new geographic markets, including San Antonio and Seattle. It also has added a fractional aircraft ownership program to its suite of services offered to Part 91 and 135 aircraft owners.

Safety Management System Set in Motion

September 27, 2016 – Business Air™ announces the early stage implementation of a top-down, operation-wide Safety Management System (SMS). The process is useful for any operation because it looks at safety from a variety of points of view and integrates risk assessment and safety assurance fundamentals at key stages.

Bigger Force in Long-Range Air Travel

September 27, 2016 – Business Air™ is pleased to announce that it became among a select group of charter operators authorized to accommodate up to 30 passengers and longer-range jet travel for business and leisure travelers. “Receiving the FAA’s approval to manage, operate and maintain larger cabin aircraft on our Part 135 Certificate will have Business Air operating closer to an airline with a greater number of checks and balances,” says CEO, Damon Ward.