Thu, Sep 11, 2003
Leases Seven Aircraft to US Marshals Service for Prisoner
CSI Aviation Services Inc. d/b/a
Charter Services (CSI) has been awarded the lease of seven aircraft
for the United States Marshals Service for prisoner transportation
and illegal alien deportation.
The contract is with United States Department of Justice to
provide MD82 and 727 aircraft, insurance and maintenance to the
U.S. Marshals Service's Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation
The aircraft will be based in Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arizona.
CSI will also be responsible for complete aircraft maintenance
during this period, as well as certain ground services.
"We are pleased to continue our
longstanding business relationship between CSI and the U.S.
Marshals Service," said CSI's COO Chip Parker. "We take our leasing
and maintenance work very seriously and are looking forward to
increasing our support of the JPATS efforts."
CSI Aviation Services has been a U.S. Department of Justice
contractor since 1989, and has a proven record in providing
24-hour, 7-day-a-week air charter management services. The company
has provided aircraft for complex on-demand operations, including
international missions, for several other federal agencies
including the Department of Energy, the Department of Interior and
numerous Fortune 500 companies.
Founded in 1979, privately held CSI Aviation Services Inc. is
the oldest and largest air charter management company of its kind
in the United States. The company has long-established
relationships with aircraft leasing companies, airlines and Part
135 operators, giving it unique access to thousands of aircraft
throughout North America and internationally. CSI's ability to
support customer requirements ranging from aircraft for one person
to large groups requiring multiple aircraft, as well as aircraft
for cargo and material, has made it a preferred supplier to
numerous companies and governmental organizations worldwide.
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