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Tradewind Aviation

Tradewind Aviation
IATA ICAO Callsign
TJ GPD GOODSPEED
Founded 2001
AOC # TWYA123K[1]
Hubs
Fleet size 18
Destinations 10
Headquarters Oxford, Connecticut
Key people Eric Zipkin (Partner/President), David Zipkin (Partner/Vice President), David Zara (Vice President)
Website flytradewind.com

Tradewind Aviation LLC, headquartered at the Waterbury-Oxford Airport in Oxford, Connecticut,[2] United States. Tradewind Aviation provides executive private charter service throughout the world, shared charter in the Northeast and the Caribbean, and aircraft management services.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Scheduled routes 2
    • New England 2.1
    • Caribbean 2.2
  • Private Charter 3
  • Fleet 4
  • References 5

History

Tradewind Aviation, LLC was founded in 2001, commencing operations with a single Cessna Caravan.

Scheduled routes

Tradewind Aviation operates scheduled flights in the Northeast United States and Eastern Caribbean.

New England

Caribbean

Private Charter

One of Tradewind Aviation's Pilatus PC-12, N590TW in St. Barths.

Tradewind Aviation operates a fleet of 16 aircraft for private charter from the Northeast United States and within the Eastern Caribbean.

Fleet

One of Tradewind Aviation's Cessna CJ3, N157JL

As of July 2014,[8] Tradewind's fleet consists of the following aircraft:

Tradewind Aviation Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders
Cessna Citation CJ3 3 0
Pilatus PC-12 15 0

References

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