Charter carrier North American Airlines, a subsidiary of Global Aviation Holdings, has entered into a letter of intent with MLW Air to lease and operate an all-Business Class Boeing 767-200ER equipped with 100 luxurious seats
The 767-200ER will enter North American Airlines service in early 2010.
“This aircraft has flown prime ministers, sports teams, corporate customers, rock bands and movie stars in premium comfort,” says Jeff Sanborn, Global Aviation Holdings’ chief marketing officer. “North American Airlines is proud to operate this unique aircraft and provide our customers an all-Business Class option for large group travel.”
The widebody aircraft features comfortable 2-2-2 fully reclining seating with 60 inches of pitch. Customized in 2007 with a Nu-look Ergo interior, extra-large bin space, LCD television screens and in-seat power for laptops, the aircraft has a 10-hour range and extended twin engine operations (ETOPS) capability.
“MLW Air designed this product from scratch to offer guests maximum luxury, while providing large groups with a cost per seat much lower than they’ll find on corporate aircraft charters,” says Martin Woodall, President of MLW Air, the owner of the aircraft. “We are excited to partner with North American Airlines to further enhance the global availability of the MLW Air luxury Boeing 767 aircraft.”
North American Airlines says its recent customer list includes the Barack Obama Presidential campaign, the Hillary Clinton Presidential Primary campaign, White House media charters, corporations and several well known music groups and television personalities.
Clients and brokers interested in booking the aircraft or obtaining more information can contact Global Aviation Holdings at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 800-967-5310. The company says additional information on the aircraft will be available soon at www.glah.com.