Waltzing Matilda Aviation experiences pick up in business since mid-May

Waltzing Matilda Aviation LLC (WMA) has announced that after experiencing a quiet April and early May, the company has seen a pick in business, fielding up to 50 jet charter inquiries a day, compared to 5-10 two weeks ago, the company said.

With a massive imbalance in clients wanting to fly from Florida to the North East the company said it is seeing pricing for one way southbound flights for as low as USD 6,500.

Based on WMA´s level of activity at its home base at Bedford (BED), Massachusetts, it believes its business is coming back faster than some of the bigger national players who were forced to furlough crews during the downturn. WMA was able to maintain its full staffing levels throughout the downturn and is therefore better able to respond faster to the recovery than many operators — some of whom have had aircraft idle for the past 2 months.

WMA is a Boston-based FAA Part 135 jet charter operator. WMA began private operations in June 2008 and has operated thousands of hours of safe and reliable flying with a focus on delivering superior customer service.