Omni Air International
Omni Air International is an American charter airline based in Tulsa and base on the Tulsa airport.
Omni Air was founded in 1983 as Omni Air Transport and flew with Learjet business customers and offered to air rescue services. In 1993 the company bought a Boeing 727 freighters and now renamed as Omni Air Express. She has performed as a subcontractor for Emery Worldwide, UPS Airlines, BAX Global and DHL. In addition, they filled a large order for the United States Postal Service. After further growth in the cargo business it bought in 1997 a DC-10 and climbed into the passenger business under the name of an Omni Air International. 1999 won the airline a call by the United States Department of Defense for the worldwide implementation of military transports. These were carried out in particular during the Third Gulf War in 2003, including on the German Frankfurt-Hahn Airport. In February 2012, Omni Air International eyed as penultimate airline in the world from their last three McDonnell Douglas DC -10-30 from the passenger service.
Omni Air International carries passengers for U.S. tour operators and federal agencies as well as British Army and U.S. Army and also flies as ad hoc charters for other airlines, including Corsairfly, Eirjet, Eurocypria and XL Airways. The main charter routes between Honolulu and Las Vegas. During the summer or winter season are also served in Mexico, the Caribbean and Florida Destinations. In order for the Royal Air Force and the airport Hanover is served.
As of March 2013, the fleet of Omni Air International from nine aircraft is with a mean age of 16.5 years:
- 2 Boeing 767 -200ER
- 5 Boeing 767 -300ER
- 2 Boeing 777- 200ER