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Updated: Thursday, October 28, 2004 11:18 AM


Red Apple Aviation


Red Apple Aviation, Inc.

Order 04-10-14
OST-04-16943 - Violations of 49 USC 41101 and 41712

Issued and Served October 22, 2004

Consent Order

Red Apple leases a Boeing 727-200 from 727 Exec-Jet, LLC, a company also owned by the owner of Red Apple. Red Apple conducted its first revenue flight in May 2002. Initially the owner of Red Apple planned to use the aircraft in connection with his various businesses under 14 CFR Part 91 and to operate private carriage flights under Part 125. However, in addition to its Part 91 operations the carrier began providing air transportation to a number of collegiate and professional sports teams and other nonsports related businesses. In some of these instances, Red Apple’s service, which ranged from single flights to extended multiple operations, was provided pursuant to contracts with air charter brokers, who may have been themselves holding out air transportation services to the public.

By: Rosalind Knapp


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