Stratos Jet Charters is pleased to announce that we have relocated from the Orlando Executive Airport (KORL) to a larger office in the heart of Orlando, Florida. The move to the new office supports our decision to expand our company amid the increasing demand for our jet charter service.

Stratos Jets move to the new office follows a period of consistent growth and expansion for our company. Our company was founded in 2007 as a small, boutique agency, but has since then grown to become one of the finest and most widely-recognized air charter agencies in the industry.

Since our inception, we have experienced consistent growth, year over year. We attribute this growth and success to our dedication to honoring our relationships by providing the assurance of safe, reliable charter flights. Stratos Jets is deeply-rooted in Christian values and principles, which has helped differentiate our company as the leader in best practices and ethics.

In addition, we attribute our success to our strong, client and vendor relationships, exceptional air charter service, and in-depth industry knowledge and expertise. Stratos Jets’ involvement with the Air Charter Association of North America (ACANA), a prestigious organization that promotes best practices and ethics, has also helped solidify our role as a leader among other organizations.

Our growth will allow us to maintain close, personal relationships with our clients and enable us to continue to provide the close attention to detail that we are known for.

With the larger office space, we have been able to bring on several, new private flight advisors to meet the increasing demand for air charter flights. These new agents will be focused on providing exceptional customer service, and are being expertly-trained in sourcing the best-positioned aircraft that meets the individual needs of their clients. In addition, Stratos Jets is expanding its flight following division, which ensures the safe and proper execution of each charter flight.

On a more personal note, we want our clients and vendors to know that we were sad to to leave our office at the Orlando Executive Airport. Many clients and vendor relationships were developed during our time at the airport, which made it difficult to leave behind.

While it was a difficult decision to leave the airport, we know we have made the right decision for our clients, vendors and peers. By expanding our company through the new office, we will be better able to provide better service to our clients, and grow stronger relationships with our vendors, which have always been our top priorities.