Blue Moon Aviation
|Operating bases||Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport|
|Headquarters||Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States|
Blue Moon Aviation is a charter passenger airline based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. It operates charter services for VIPs and sports teams. Its main base is Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport.
The airline was founded in 2003 by Richard Page (Chief Executive).
The Blue Moon Aviation fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of March 2007 ):
- 1 Airbus A319-100
Since June 2005 the 72-seat Airbus A319 has been operated by Aerodynamics Inc (ADI Charter Services) on behalf of Blue Moon. The aircraft is currently operated for Dow Chemical out of Saginaw MI.
- List of defunct airlines of the United States
- "Blue Moon Aviation". Airline History. Retrieved 16 December 2020.
- "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 87.
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