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Journey Aviation Gains Authorization to Operate at Reagan National Airport

Journey Aviation, a leading Charter and Management company of large cabin aircraft, receives approval to conduct flight operations to/from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (KDCA). Journey Aviation is now able to save travelers a significant amount of time by avoiding Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

“This approval is a testament to the company's rigorous security measures”, explains Fabian Bello, CEO of Journey Aviation. “As a company, we set the bar high when it comes to our customers' experience. By being able to provide service to this location, we are now able to offer our customers the convenience of having direct access to the closest airport to Washington DC at less congested airport.”

Journey Aviation earned the approval of the Access Standard Security Program (DASSP) by meeting all the rigorous safety and security measures. When flying to the DCA airport, the flight must to be screened and depart from a gateway airport as the last point of departure before arriving into DCA. The flight is required have an armed security officer on board and follow all SOPs as outlined by TSA for that flight. Journey Aviation Dispatch is available twenty-four hours a day to assist with the process from takeoff to landing and ensure a smooth experience.

Any questions regarding charter or procedures into or out of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (KDCA) should be directed to Journey Aviation Charter Department at or by calling +1-561-826-9400

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