Corporate Air

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Corporate Air
Corporate Air Logo.gif
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 1981
Hubs Billings Logan International Airport
Secondary hubs Casper–Natrona County International Airport, Salt Lake City International Airport, Great Falls International Airport, Honolulu International Airport, Grand Forks International Airport
Fleet size 40
Headquarters Billings, Montana, United States.
This article is about a United States airline. For the Australian airline which operated as Corporate Air, see Fly Corporate. For the airline in the Philippines, see Corporate Air (Philippines).

Corporate Air is an airline based in Billings, Montana, United States. It was established in 1981 and operates primarily domestic scheduled cargo services, Feeder service on behalf of FedEx Express, as well as the United States Postal Service. Its main base is Billings Logan International Airport.[1]


The Corporate Air fleet included the following aircraft in October 2011:[1]

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FAA Fines[edit]

October 13, 2010 Corporate Air was facing $455,000 in FAA fines for allowing a small airliner to carry passengers on 80 flights despite an engine that needed repair. The Federal Aviation Administration said Wednesday that the airline flew the Beech 1900C - a 19-passenger twin-engine turboprop plane - without repairing its right engine, which was consuming excessive amounts of oil. It was later determined that the engine was being operated in accordance with the engine manufacturers specifications for leaks and has been deemed legal.

The Billings, Mont., company has scheduled flights in nine states in addition to Montana: Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. It also operates six aircraft repair and maintenance facilities, according to a company website.


  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 69. 

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