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Global Crossing receives OK for international charters
2021-08-30 08:46 ET - News Release
Mr. Ed Wegel reports
GLOBAL CROSSING AIRLINES RECEIVES FOREIGN OPERATING AUTHORITY
As of Aug. 27, 2021, Global Crossing Airlines Group Inc. has been granted its certificate of public convenience and necessity for foreign charter air transportation. Under U.S. Department of Transportation Order 2021-8-14, Global Crossing can now fly internationally from the United States in addition to its domestic operations.
"We are very pleased to have received our final authority from DOT which allows us to fly international charters. We will now begin executing on contracts to fly to the Caribbean, Mexico, Latin America and Canada," said Ed Wegel, chair and chief executive officer of Global Crossing.
About Global Crossing Airlines Group Inc.
Global Crossing is a U.S. 121 domestic flag and supplemental airline flying the Airbus A320 family aircraft. GlobalX flies as an ACMI (aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance) and wet lease charter airline serving the U.S., Caribbean and Latin American markets.
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