(Los Angeles, CA – July 23, 2019) – With more than 15 aircraft under management, Sun Air Jets is pleased to announce their entire fleet is ADS-B out equipped as of June 2019. This gives owners peace of mind ahead of the January 1, 2020 implementation of ADS-B out requirements for select airspace. Roughly 73% of U.S. registered turbine aircraft were equipped as of June according to FlightAware, making Sun Air Jets one of the few international operators with full ADS-B out equipage.
Operating aircraft ranging from a Lear 60 to a Global 6000, Sun Air Jets is proud of its diligent maintenance oversight for all managed clients. As a FAA Part 145 repair station, Sun Air utilizes a proactive approach to maintenance, keeping owners informed of ongoing and upcoming maintenance events. “With our final aircraft now ADS-B out equipped, this concludes our long-term plan of having all of our aircraft upgraded well before the January 1, 2020 deadline” says Rob Cox, EVP of Maintenance for Sun Air Jets. “We’ve worked with our aircraft owners and flight crews to identify the ideal downtime to accomplish the avionics install over the last two years, and have achieved our goal 6 months ahead of the deadline.”
Sun Air Jets serves the greater Los Angeles area, and operates one of the safest rated private jet fleets. With bases in Camarillo and Van Nuys, the company’s operations also include a FAA Part 145 repair station, charter, aircraft management, as well as private hangars. Both clients and flight crews can enjoy the full-service FBO at the company’s KCMA headquarters. As a result of a flawless safety record, Sun Air Jets maintains the highest safety audit standards in the industry. Above all, Sun Air Jets remains dedicated to serving clients with the highest levels of operating expertise and customer service.