The Transport Security Administration (TSA) has granted Waltzing Matilda Aviation (WMA) approval to operate its on-demand jet charter services into Washington DC’s Ronald Reagan Airport.
The move means significant improvement to convenience for WMA’s clients to the DC area, with the ability for future clients to avoid having to arrive at Dulles Airport. WMA believes this select accessibility will lead to a further uptick in its business to the DC area, which is deemed a major destination for Boston-based business travellers.
WMA has also announced it saw a record level of flight activity in July 2020 as it continues to rebound from COVID-19. CEO, John Thomas, said: “Our July charter revenues were over three times the level of July 2019, which has further cemented our position as the largest light to mid-sized aircraft jet charter operator based at Bedford. This increase has been partially fuelled by a strong resurgence in business-related travel.”