Omni Air Expands Fleet With Learjet 75 & 40XR

Omni Air Transport, specialists in aircraft management and private charter, announces the acquisition of three jets.

A 2016 Learjet 75 was recently added to the lineup of ’s ever expanding offering. This eight seat ultra-modern jet provides over 2,000 miles of non-stop flight with WiFi, custom video system, executive-style galley and more.

“We are proud to say that we have the newest, locally-based charter jet in the Oklahoma private air market. This aircraft is truly representative of perfection in air travel and we are excited to be able to offer such an exclusive experience to our clients,” says Mike Skow, president of Omni Air Transport.

In addition to the LR-75, Omni Air Transport now has two Learjet 40XRs in operation. These six seat light aircrafts are known for performance and comfort. With superior cruise speeds and length of travel, this jet is ideal for coast-to-coast business trips or remote getaways, says Skow.

“OAT’s competitively priced flights on these jets make them an excellent choice for our client’s looking for an affordable getaway or low-cost business trip,” says Dan Burnstein, of Omni Air Transport.

Omni Air Transport is headquartered in Tulsa with satellite bases in Oklahoma City, Nashville and New Orleans. Omni Air Transport is a recognized industry leader and safety- accredited air service provider with over 34 years of experience in aircraft management, air charter and aircraft acquisition, sales and brokerage services. It has earned the highest credentials in safety and service, as well as preferred air charter contractor status with the United States Government. Omni Air Transport operates a wide range of state-of-the-art, executive-style aircraft and has -designated international authority to operate worldwide.

Visit to learn more about the company’s professional air charter, Skypass jet card, aircraft management and aircraft acquisition, sales and brokerage services.

Updated 05-31-2017

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