Aircraft charter company Northwest Flyers adds 3rd Cessna Citation Mustang to its Part 135 air carrier certificate
Schaumburg, IL, -- Northwest Flyers, Inc., a Jet Charter and Aircraft Management and Acquisition Company based in the Chicago suburbs, added a third Citation Mustang to its Part 135 air carrier certificate.
Since its debut, the Mustang has been an extremely popular Very Light Jet.Ã‚ The speed and performance of a jet, while operating at a fraction of the cost, make the Mustang an affordable yet smart option when chartering an aircraft.Ã‚
Ã‚"We're extremely pleased to be announcing the addition of yet another Citation Mustang aircraft to our Part 135 certificate. The Mustang has proved to be an affordable and popular choice in the light jet market for charter, and we look forward to offering our customers even more versatility with a larger fleet. This growth also reflects on the team effort of the company to put our customer's needs first and foremost - something we believe in whole-heartedly.Ã‚" Said Mr. Justin Ã‚"SkipÃ‚" Barchfeld, President of Northwest Flyers.
The four passenger VLJ comes equipped with fold away tray tables, ample leg room and an accessory power outlet that creates an ideal mobile work station.Ã‚ If relaxation is what you need, the comfortable seats, pull down window shades and quiet cabin will put your mind and body at ease.
Northwest Flyers was founded in 1986 by Justin Ã‚"SkipÃ‚" Barchfeld, who currently has more than 37 years of flight experience, over 12,000 flight hours and all FAA licenses up to and including his Airline Transport Pilot (ATP). The Northwest Flyers charter fleet consists primarily of a King Air 200 and 3 Cessna Citation Mustangs, with plans set for additional aircraft in the coming months. Along with its Charter Services, Northwest Flyers also provides Aircraft Management and Acquisition, Flight Training, Maintenance, Air Ambulance and FBO services at Schaumburg Regional Airport. Northwest Flyers is celebrating 25 years in the Private Aircraft Charter Industry.