Four Corners Aviation has acquired Omaha, Nebraska-based charter, sales, and management company UltraAir. Twenty-year-old UltraAir will be operationally folded into Four Corners Aviation, though it will continue to have a corporate presence, including a fleet of aircraft, in Omaha.
“As we continue to grow all segments of our business, this acquisition helps us scale up our operation,” said Four Corners Aviation CEO Brian Proctor. “We have seen increased interest in all our product offerings, which include jet card solutions, aircraft management, and our innovative Freedom program.”
Scott Robertson, the CEO of UltraAir, said the “transaction will provide limitless opportunities for our employees and ensures that our customers will continue to receive 'a flight above the rest' for many years to come.” Proctor added that UltraAir embodies the same values at Four Corners, making the combination a good fit.
UltraAir has a charter fleet of five airplanes—four Bombardier Learjet 45s and a Dassault Falcon 7X.