Wrangler Air Charters
Home Base: KBOI Bush Operations: KMYL
Wrangler Air Charters offers two "Bush Challenges" where pilots have a select group of small, short fields to get in and out of successfully.
For more information on the Bush Challenge, click HERE
Wrangler Air is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fly Vegas, a virtual airline that operates on the FSAirlines flight management system.
Wrangler Air started out as a feeder airline operating regional jets under the Fly Vegas brand. Those operations continue today with the regional jet division operating CRJ regional jets from Boise and Las Vegas.
On February 5, 2016, Wrangler Air took over the bush plane division of Fly Vegas formerly operated by 4 Catz Air Service.
On March 23, 2016, Wrangler Air completed it's interior Alaska route construction and acquired 2 brand new Quest Kodiak aircraft for this service. Due to lack of interest, the Alaska Operations were terminated in 2019 as Fly Vegas/Wrangler Air Charters downsized to meet current pilot numbers, with continued focus on the Idaho route network already in place.
Wrangler Air continues to serve customers on an as needed basis, flying into remote areas that do not exist in the Microsoft Flight Simulator X world but do exist in the real one. Seaports and airports are constructed as needed to fill this customer need.
As an integrated unit in the Fly Vegas family, Wrangler Air can offer seamless transitions in the virtual world from large major metropolitan areas to the backwoods wilderness.
Wrangler Air Charters is where all new pilots begin their career at Fly Vegas.
A set of custom scenery files is available for these Bush Challenge fields for those using FSX/FSX-Steam Edition. Contact a Fly Vegas administrator for the link to those scenery files.
AIRCRAFT: Currently as of Aug 1, 2020, Wrangler Air Charters operates the Cessna 172, 185, 208 Caravan, Beechcraft King Air C90 & 350, Beechcraft 1900D, Bombardier Dash 8-Q400, Bombardier CRJ-700 and Quest Kodiak aircraft.
Wrangler Air Charters repaints are available as well. Click HERE