Volato Provides Update on HondaJet and Gulfstream G280 Deliveries

ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Volato Group, Inc. (NYSE American: SOAR) (“Volato” or the “Company”), a leading private aviation company and the largest HondaJet operator in the United States, is pleased to provide an update on the availability of new aircraft for delivery in 2024. The Company has received ready notices for two HondaJets that will be available for delivery in June and two additional HondaJets in July. Additionally, Gulfstream has notified the Company that its first G280 will be ready for delivery in August.

Matt Liotta, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Volato, commented, “We are excited about the forthcoming additions to our fleet. “These updates are a positive step towards achieving our goal of expanding our fleet with 8-10 HondaJets and 2 Gulfstream G280s this year, reaffirming our commitment to providing our clients with modern, state-of-the-art aircraft."

Volato remains dedicated to offering flexible and efficient travel options, ensuring our clients enjoy the highest standards of safety and comfort.

About Volato

Volato (NYSE American: SOAR) is a leader in private aviation, redefining air travel through modern, efficient, and customer-designed solutions. Volato provides a fresh approach to fractional ownership, aircraft management, jet card, deposit and charter programs, all powered by advanced, proprietary mission control technology. Volato’s fractional programs uniquely offer flexible hours and a revenue share for owners across the world’s largest fleet of HondaJets, which are optimized for missions of up to four passengers. For more information visit www.flyvolato.com.

All Volato Part 135 charter flights are operated by its DOT/FAA-authorized air carrier subsidiary (G C Aviation, Inc. d/b/a Volato) or by an approved vendor air carrier.

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