Akamai Air now using Airplane Manager and Charter Matrix

We are now using Airplane Manager and Charter Matrix for real time quotes.



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Akamai Air Joins NBAA

We are excited to be a new member of the NBAA and look forward to sharing our thoughts and experience in the Aviation Commuity.


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Akamai Air- Now Flying on Demand Flights Direct to Williston ND from All Western States

Press Release

Feb 05, 2012 22:50 EST

Akamai Air- Now Flying on Demand Flights Direct to Williston ND from All Western States

Akamai Air, LLC – Salt lake City Utah, Based Air Carrier  


Until now no direct flights from the Salt Lake City- Basin Area ( Wyoming to the Califoina, Oregon, Coastline) has existed.  Akamai Air is offering On Demand Flights to the Williston Sloulin Field (KISN) from both the Salt Lake Basin  and West Coast Airports  to Williston and its nearby airports, including DIckinson and Bismark.  Call 385 218 1120 for more details. www.akamaiair.com

From the Energy & Capital-

The Williston Basin: North Dakota’s Gold Mine

Statoil Acquires Brigham for Stake in the Basin

By Brianna Panzica

North Dakota’s Williston Basin is causing quite a stir lately.

Containing parts of the Bakken and Three Forks shale formations, this basin offers high reserves of oil.  And new technology enabling drilling has led to an oil boom.

According to Bloomberg Businessweek, North Dakota will most likely be the number 3 oil-producing state within the next year, and officials predict it could even hit number 2 within the decade.

The state, the article reports, was able to produce 444,000 barrels of oil per day this August, up significantly from 350,000 just a year ago.

It is likely that by 2015, North Dakota could produce a total of 700,000 barrels a day.

California, currently at number 3, produces 539,000 barrels a day, and compared with North Dakota’s rapidly increasing rate, the state is not likely to stay in 3rd place.

Even Alaska, in 2nd place with 550,000 barrels a day, is actually declining in production, said Steve Grape of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Information Administration.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune told the story of Barb Russell, a former school bus driver who gave up her profession to work with the oil mines where “everybody who wants a job has one.”

According to the article, Russell, now driving buses to and from the oil rigs, was able to increase her income three-fold.

North Dakota’s unemployment rate is 3% because of the slew of jobs the oil boom has provided.

And this is even gaining international attention.

Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil ASA (NYSE: STO) has agreed to purchase Brigham Exploration Co (NASDAQ: BEXP), a Texan company that has a large stake in the Williston Basin in both North Dakota and Montana.

The Norwegian giant offered Brigham $4.4 billion, or $36.50 per share, for the company and its assets.

As the Wall Street Journal reports, this deal will include Brigham’s 375,000 acres in the Williston Basin as well as 40,000 acres elsewhere.

Statoil is looking to expand its stake in unconventional resources in the United States, and as Chief Executive Helge Lund said, this will be the perfect opportunity to do so.

Statoil already has a stake in Chesapeake (NYSEL CHK), giving it access to the Marcellus shale, and it is working with Talisman (NYSE: TLM) in the Eagle Ford shale.

385 218 1120


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Salt Lake City , Utah based FAA Air Carrier changes name but not management! Akamai Air takes over all of Adventure Air’s operations in the US.

Akamai Air, LLC  (FAA certificate AWDA108K). Salt lake City, Utah based FAA Air Carrier Adventure Air has changed name. Adventure is now operating under Akamai Air. The word “Akamai” is a Hawaiian word which means; “ intelligentsmartclever” . Management has remained with its Director of Operation Nicholas Charles at the helm. Akamai Air operates out of the Salt Lake City ( KSLC) area with its base at the South Valley Regional Airport (KU42-U42) . With its 9 passenger SA226-T Fairchild Jet Prop Merlin aircraft that have top speeds over 300 mph makes travel any destination a speedy solution.  Akamai Air offer the businesses and general public alike a great option to the commercial operators out of the international airport with direct and hassle free transportation to over 5,000 US airports and to Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. For more information Akamai Air can be reached at 385 218 1120 in the USA or 0101 385 218 1120 outside the USA or on the web at Akamai Air.com   or  Adventure-air.com

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Trip to Chicago with Chris Brewer 2009

Thanks Chris for the photos!

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