GlobalX Granted Authorisation To Operate 20 Aircraft

Global Crossing A319
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This week it has been revealed that GlobalX has been granted authorisation to operate up to a total of 20 aircraft.

This article will cover the details surrounding GlobalX’s latest fleet increase authorisation to operate up to 20 total aircraft.

GlobalX – Up to 20 Aircraft

Photo Credit: Dave Montiverdi, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

GlobalX, also known as Global Crossing Airlines, a Miami based charter operator, has been granted authorisation for operating up to 20 aircraft.

The authorisation was granted by the U.S. DOT (Department of Transportation) on April 3, 2024. This will increase the carrier’s current remit from 16 aircraft.

The extra four aircraft will be added by the coming peak Summer 2024 season. The four new aircraft will be two Airbus A320s and two Airbus A321 passenger aircraft. It needs to be noted that these fleet additions are still subject to the necessary FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) approvals.

Additionally, the carrier is aiming to become the U.S. largest charter operator, this latest approval certainly helps fuel their expansive growth plans.

Finally, it was less than one year ago when the operator was granted U.S. DOT approval to operate 16 aircraft. Read our article here.

Current Fleet

GlobalX has been around since August 2021 and currently operates the following aircraft –

  • One Airbus A319
  • Nine Airbus A320s
  • Two Airbus A321s
  • Four Airbus A321 Passenger to Freighters (P2F)

Senior Comments

While commenting on their latest fleet growth approval from the U.S. DOT, Chris Jamroz, Executive Chairman of GlobalX, has said, “This increased authorization is a key step in our path to sustained profitability and achieving our goal to become America’s largest charter airline, setting the industry high mark for on-time performance and reliability.”

Recent News…

Additionally, the following is some recent news for GlobalX –

  • Firstly, in a management move aimed at propelling its growth trajectory, Global Crossing Airlines Group, Inc. known as GlobalX, has announced significant changes in its leadership structure. Read our article here.
  • Secondly, Global Crossing Airlines Group, Inc., the operator of Miami-based airline GlobalX, has unveiled its new venture—UrbanX Air. Read our article here.

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