British charter operator Twinjet has become an accredited participant in the U.S. waiver program, which means that nationals from qualified countries can now travel on Twinjet to the United States without a full U.S. visa -- the same system that is used by the major airlines. The company has also been accepted as an FAR Part 129 Foreign Operator by the U.S. DOT and FAA, which allows Twinjet unlimited ad-hoc charter access between the United Kingdom and the United States for both its 34-seat ...
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