Rectrix fleet cleared to fly into Reagan National Airport


Rectrix Aviation Sarasota

Rectrix Aviation has received authorisation by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to fly its charter jet fleet into and out of Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington, DC.

The TSA has approved the Rectrix Aerodrome Centres at Hanscom Field Airport in Bedford, MA and Sarasota Bradenton International Airport, Sarasota, FL as permitted departure gateways for general and corporate aviation flights to Reagan National Airport.

Richard Cawley, CEO of Rectrix said: “Washington, DC. is a major daily business destination and there is not a more convenient airport in the DC. area than Reagan National because of its proximity to federal offices, the White House and the US Capitol.”

“We are proud to now make available our fleet of Bombardier Challengers and Learjets to customers in need of private aircraft flexibility and direct access to Washington, DC. We look forward to providing them with our unrivaled Rectrix customer service from the moment they enter our Aerodrome Centre until they de-plane our aircraft in Washington,” added Cawley.

After the attack on September 11, 2001, the TSA established strict security protocols to protect the US capital. Since then, operators and airports have had to be approved by the TSA to be allowed to fly into Reagan National Airport

Rectrix Aviation is a division of Rectrix Commercial Aviation Services.