Anticipating a Smooth Ride in 2013
Things are looking up in the economy - and at AirSprint.
With the outcome of the recent United States Presidential election, improvements in the Canadian energy and U.S. technology sectors, and...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (February 5, 2013) - AirSprint, a private aviation company with corporate headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz. and Calgary, Alberta, Canada, today announced that it will debut the new Advantage Lease Program this month.
AirSprint and Juncture Wealth Strategies to Benefit Desert Voices and The First Tee of Phoenix
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (December 11, 2012) – AirSprint Private Aviation today announced that it has signed on as title sponsor of the 2013 Post-Open Pro-Am, held the day after the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Monday, Feb. 4.
AirSprint Inc., with North American offices in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Scottsdale, Denver and, most recently, Vancouver, has announced the exciting addition of several new aircraft to its steadily growing fleet.
AirSprint Private Aviation, today announced a purchase agreement with Cessna Aircraft Company, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT), in conjunction with Innotech-Execaire - Cessna’s authorized sales representative in Canada, for a minimum of nine Citation CJ2+ aircraft. The addition of the CJ2+ is positioned to support AirSprint’s focus on boutique customer service and regional private air travel.
July 2012 - AirSprint Private Aviation has announced the addition of new Cessna Citation CJ2+ jets to its growing U.S. fleet. AirSprint CEO and Scottsdale resident, Judson Macor, discusses the new aircraft and shares insights about making Scottsdale the company’s U.S. Headquarters.
Arizona Business Gazette - June 21, 2012 - One-time lawyer returns to his first love: Aviation. By the time AirSprint Private Aviation Chairman and CEO, Judson Macor founded his private-plane company in Canada in 1999, Macor, a Scottsdale resident and business owner, had enjoyed two different careers.
CBC - February 19, 2009 - Story looks at how a pilot with an injury changed his life and created a booming business in jet sharing.
Montreal Gazette - January 11, 2011 - Fernand Croisetiere, Director, Business Development Eastern Region, talks about AirSprint, a company that offers fractional ownership of business aircraft.
Montreal Gazette - January 31, 2011 - Part ownership. Quebec boasts 20 per cent of aircraft provider's client base. It's a sweet ride, no question about it. You drive up to the tarmac on a discreet back street, get out of the limo, saunter up the jet's lowered gangway and sit. You've exerted yourself as much as you're going to for a while. No short-tempered cabbie, no lineup to check baggage, no arguments about excess luggage weight, no second and third, and fourth and fifth lineup. The price of admission, obviously, is definitely not for common mortals.
July 2010 - Whether it's a turboprop carrying engineers to a small town factory, a corporate airliner shuttling workers to their oil sands jobs in Northern Alberta, or an executive jet zooming a team to the US to lock up a contract, business aviation is part of Canada's flying tradition.