Elevate Jet delivers first passenger flight on Embraer Regional Jet

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce January 28, 2020 15:55

Elevate Jet delivers first passenger flight on Embraer Regional Jet

Bedford, MA – Elevate Jet has delivered its first passenger flight aboard a 30-passenger Embraer Regional Jet (ERJ). The aircraft represents the next step forward in a comprehensive acquisition strategy to grow the Elevate Jet fleet and expand a suite of progressive services offered to aircraft owners and flyers. Additional ERJ aircraft are forthcoming.

Elevate Jet’s newest ERJ, (registered with tail number N830MR), is a versatile turbojet aircraft designed for ultimate flying comfort, featuring four hours of flying time, state-of-the-art avionics, large windows, generous luggage capacity, and executive leather-upholstered seats.

The regional jet is designed for 37 seats, but has been configured to seat 30 passengers for additional comfort. With a pitch of 36″, the seating offers more room for passenger’s legs and luggage. In addition, the fully-integrated stairs ease access to smaller airports and FBO’s. With the highest reliability in its class, the aircraft is ideal for domestic touring, team travel or even a family reunion.

Elevate Jet provides highly customised air charter and on-demand VIP flight solutions, utilising a wide selection of on fleet and off fleet aircraft, including executive jets and regional jets. Serving flyers and aircraft owners, the company also offers a range of aircraft management, advisory, and consultancy services.

“We have flight solutions for all types of air travel, for large and small groups, short hops and long hauls,” said Scott LaForge, president of Elevate Jet, “It is the ideal air transportation solution for groups too large for a typical large cabin executive jet, and too savvy to incur the expense of an airliner.” LaForge said, “Delivering the first passenger flight was a milestone we are extremely proud of and we are looking forward to delivering many more of its kind.”

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce January 28, 2020 15:55

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