Patrick Tivnan, who runs the Charleston office of Magellan Jets, was quoted in the Charleston Post and Courier. Read the an excerpt from the article below:
A neighbor of Magellan Jets, Linear Air, has formed a Co-Operative Organziation which will provide support to the 259 Eclipse owners. The organization plans on buying assets from the liquidation sale to help keep the current fleet in service. The Co-Operative will try to purchase the type certificate, among other items. Read more about the Co-Operative: http://www.ainonline.com/news/single-news-page/article/linear-air-forms-eclipse-500-support-co-op/
The National Business Aviation Association in parternership with the General Aviation Manufacturers Association has launched a multimedia campaign designed “to educate the public on the importance of business aviation to our country and its communities, companies, and citizens. In the United States, business aviation generates well over a million jobs, provides a lifeline to communities with little or no commercial airline service, helps thousands of businesses of all sizes to be more productive and efficient, and provides emergency and humanitatrian services to people in need.” In recent months, business aviation has come under scrutiny by both the government and media. Although business aviation is a necessary tool for many, the negative attention has caused some businesses to rethink their aircraft use.
Superior Service, Flexibility, Choice & Safety Has Positioned Magellan Jets As An Attractive Option For Successful Business Travelers & Luxury-Minded Individuals. Boston, MA – Magellan Jets, a world-class private jet membership service, today announced that the company continues to demonstrate momentum providing its Private… Read More