Mayo Aviation | Mayo Aviation Acquires CharterOps, Inc to Expand Private Charter Operations
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Mayo Aviation Acquires CharterOps, Inc to Expand Private Charter Operations

DENVER — Mayo Aviation, Inc. today announced that it has acquired Portland, ME – based CharterOps, Inc. The all-cash transaction will increase the size of the Mayo Aviation fleet to 18 aircraft and improve Mayo’s ability to both serve the Rocky Mountain west and the northeastern United States.

“This is an excellent opportunity to couple Mayo Aviation’s award-winning safety record with CharterOps existing customer base and reputation for service excellence in the Northeast,” said Scott Dulaney, Mayo’s Director of Business Development. “The CharterOps acquisition supports Mayo’s strategy to enhance our regional offerings throughout the Rocky Mountain region and extend our capabilities and services to a wider audience located east of the Mississippi River.”
Speaking from Mayo Aviations corporate headquarters, Mr. Bill Mayo, President & CEO commented, “Coupling Mayo’s superior record of safety and over 30 years of operational excellence with CharterOps diversity in both fleet and location is a natural fit for the customers who have long counted on CharterOps and Mayo. All of us at Mayo are excited about the combined capabilities as we continue to watch our business grow.”
Mayo Aviation also recently opened Aspen CharterOps at the Aspen Pitkin County Airport to service the Rocky Mountain resort areas.  Aspen CharterOps is the only based charter operator in Aspen and has FAA approval for same approach and departure minimums as the Part 121 airlines arriving and departing in Aspen.  “All of us at both Mayo and Aspen CharterOps feel that this level of training and weather capability provides our clients with a tremendous advantage help keep to their busy schedules,” stated Kerri Brooks, Aspen resident and sales manager for the Aspen office.
Mayo Aviation will incorporate the existing CharterOps aircraft fleet which is comprised of a Burlington, VT based Lear 60, a Fairfield, NJ based Pilatus PC-12 NG, in addition to a Grand Junction, CO based Hawker 700, Hawker 800XP and a Conquest II. Mayo currently operates turboprop, light, midsize, super-midsize, and large cabin class aircraft from its Denver and Aspen Colorado bases.
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