Coleman Jet Adds Second Gulfstream IV to Charter Fleet

Coleman Jet, a B. Coleman Aviation company, has added its second Gulfstream IV to its private air charter fleet. The aircraft is conveniently based at the Gary/Chicago Airport (KGYY), just 25 miles southeast of Chicago.

The newly refurbished aircraft offers exceptional comfort with a wide-body cabin configured for eight passengers. Luxurious amenities include reclining seats, an entertainment system with DVD player, full aft galley with oven and microwave, flight phone and enclosed lavatory.

“Coleman Jet is pleased to welcome the addition of another heavy jet to our growing fleet,” stated Ed Fares, vice president and director of operations for Coleman Jet. “With the recent approval for worldwide charter operations, we are excited to have multiple capable aircraft to fulfill longer range missions.”

Additional aircraft available for private air charter include a sixteen passenger Gulfstream IV, an eleven passenger Challenger 601, and an eight passenger Nextant 400XTi based in the Chicago region. A six passenger Lear 55 is based in Ft. Lauderdale, FL (KFXE).

For more information, or for a no-obligation quote, contact the charter department at 219.427.5287 or You can also visit our website at and sign up for our flight specials.

About Coleman Jet

Coleman Jet, a B-Coleman Aviation company, provides premium aircraft management services and charter operations with their diverse fleet of aircraft.

Conveniently headquartered at the Gary/Chicago Airport (KGYY) just 25 miles southeast of Chicago, B. Coleman Aviation is committed to excellence making us the first choice for the finest business aviation services. Inspired by the pioneer aviator and visionary, Bessie Coleman, we honor her through our exceptional services which include fixed base operations, private air charter services, aircraft management, and aircraft maintenance and repair through our affiliate company, Infinity Aircraft Services.

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