Charter Carrier iAero Airways Expands Its NHL Portfolio

iAero Airways Boeing 737 Credit: iAero Group

Charter airline iAero Airways has expanded its National Hockey League (NHL) program from eight to 12 NHL teams, which represent half of all U.S.-based teams, the carrier announced June 2.

Based at Miami International Airport, iAero Airways operates a fleet of 33 Boeing 737 and 767 aircraft, including VIP-configured, 56-passenger 737-300 and 68-passenger 737-400 airliners.

The carrier said it now has agreements with the following NHL teams: the Arizona Coyotes, Boston Bruins, Carolina Hurricanes, Chicago Blackhawks, Columbus Blue Jackets, Dallas Stars, Florida Panthers, Nashville Predators, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, Pittsburgh Penguins and St. Louis Blues.

iAero Airways has a partnership with agent Private Jet Services, of Seabrook New Hampshire, to assist with contract and service administration.

“Establishing a long-term partnership with such a distinguished organization as the NHL brings great pride to the iAero Airways team,” said Robert Caputo, iAero Group CEO. “It reinforces our strategy to continually improve our product offering with investments into the latest technologies and cabin amenities available in the market ensuring comfortable, safe, and reliable travel for our customers today and for years to come.”

iAero Airways is part of the privately held iAero Group, which includes engine MRO iAero Thrust (formerly AeroThrust Holdings), airframe MRO iAero Tech (formerly Miami Tech Aircraft Maintenance) and iAero Airways (formerly Swift Air).