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Name: FLIGHT SERVICES GROUP
7JetSet7 Code: FSG
Status: Operational
Region: NORTH AMERICA
City: STRATFORD
Country: USA
Employees 150
Web: fsg-inc.com
Email: tconnelly@fsg-inc.com
Telephone: +1 (203) 337-4600
Fax: +1 (203) 380-4017
Sita:
Background
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FSG-MAR06-A

FORMED IN 1984. PRIVATE, CHARTER, JET AIRPLANE OPERATOR.

ADDRESS:
1000 GREAT MEADOW ROAD
SIKORSKY MEMORIAL AIRPORT
STRATFORD, CT 06615, USA

FEBRUARY 2000: PRIVATAIR (PTS)'S NORTH AMERICAN OFFICES, WHICH OPERATE AS THE FLIGHT SERVICES GROUP (FSG), ARE PART OF BUTLER CONTROLS (BCS), LOCATED AT ROAD TOWN, TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, IN THE CARIBBEAN.

NOVEMBER 2000: THOMAS CONNELLY VP TECHNICAL SERVICES.

JANUARY 2001: THE PRIVATAIR GROUP FORMED BY INTEGRATION OF PRIVATAIR (PTS) (VIP) OPERATIONS, AND ITS NEWLY ACQUIRED FLIGHT SERVICES GROUP (FSG), AND TRANSAIR, FRANCE, TO OFFER CHARTERS (3 737-700 BBJ'S & 1 757-200) AND OPERATE 20 FIXED BASE OPERATIONS (FBO)'S WORLDWIDE.

MARCH 2001: DAVID HURLEY (CEO) PRIVATAIR GROUP, STANFORD, CONNECTICUT, HAS 17 BASES.

APRIL 2001: 737-700 BBJ, RECEIVES 180 MINUTES EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) APPROVAL, & (PTS)/(FSG) OBTAINS (FAA) PART 129 FOREIGN CARRIER APPROVAL, UNDER "OPEN SKIES" AGREEMENT, WITH SWISS.

PETER BUDD DIRECTOR SAFETY.

APRIL 2002: DAVID HURLEY (CEO) PRIVATAIR GROUP, IS APPOINTED A MEMBER OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION BOARD OF REGENTS.

September 2002: The (FAA) rules that large transport category airplanes, such as the Boeing Business Jet, and Airbus Corporate Jetliner, can be operated under a Part 135 certificate if they have 30 seats or fewer, and payloads of 3,400 kg (7,500 lbs) or less. The (FAA) is to determine whether additional requirements should be established for large airplanes, operated commercially, under Part 135, or privately under Part 91.

May 2006: Swiss business-aviation services provider PrivatAir (PTS) is planning to expand its (VIP) airliner fleet to exploit the explosion in large-jet transport. The Geneva-based company is evaluating (VIP) versions of the A350 and 787, which are due to enter service in the next decade.

To bridge this gap, PrivatAir (PTS) says it will replace its (VIP)-configured 737 Boeing Business Jet by the end of the year with a larger-cabin airliner such as a 767 or A330/A340. The new airplane will join PrivatAir (PTS)’s 49-seat VIP 757. “This acquisition will see us through until we receive our new airliner,” said Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Greg Thomas, who added that the new airplane will be equipped with around 50 seats to suit the market demand for this size of airplane from large group-transport markets such as financial roadshows.

PrivatAir (PTS)’s USA subsidiary, the Flight Services Group (FSG), meanwhile, added 7 airplanes to its charter and managed fleet in the 1st quarter.

Fleet:
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September 2017:

1 DC-9-14 (JT8D-7B) (61-45706, /66, N13FE), EX-(DAL). EXEC.

1 BEECHCRAFT KING AIR B200 (PT6A-42)) (BB-877, /81 N508MV), TRIANGLE AIR SERVICES LSD 1995-10. EXEC.

2 BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER (CF34-3) (5164, /94 N431CB; 5386, /98 N1DG). EXEC.

2 BOMBARDIER LEARJET 55 (TFE731-3A) (043, /82 N83WM; 093, /84 N32KJ), EXEC.

1 CESSNA 550 CITATION II(JT15D-4) (0236, /80 N823NA), EXEC.

1 CESSNA 550 CITATION BRAVO (PW530A) (0830, /98 N830KE), EXEC.

1 GULFSTREAM GII-SP (SPEY 511-8) (174, /75 N540EA), EXEC.

1 GULFSTREAM GIII (SPEY 511-8) (320, /81 N634PP), EXEC.

1 GULFSTREAM GIV (TAY 611-8) (1093, /89 N624P), EXEC.

1 HAWKER 125-700A (257009, /77 N818KC), EXEC.
1 CESSNA 560 CITATION V (JT15D-5A) (0221, /93 N626RB), EXEC.

Management:
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DAVID HURLEY, (CEO), PRIVATAIR GROUP, SEE (PTS).

MARK REICHIN, SENIOR VP CHARTER SALES.

TOM CONNELLY, VP TECHNICAL SERVICES (2000-11) (tconnelly@fsg-inc.com).

PETER BUDD, DIRECTOR SAFETY (2001-04).

LARAY DEVEAUX, MANAGER MAINTENANCE & CHIEF INSPECTOR.

 
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