Interflight (Air Charter) Ltd. started trading as Berrard Aviation. Initial flying was limited to Cessna 205 undertaking leisure flights and parachute training.
Expansion to multi engine aircraft with the arrival of a Piper Chieftain and Piper Aztecs that serviced passenger charters, the oil and gas industry and automotive components.
Berrard Aviation changed its name to Interflight (Air Charter) Ltd. and the sequence of “IFT” registrations started with a PA31 Chieftain.
Interflight increases its fleet with the addition of a Cessna Titan. Titans operated by Interflight continue in service today as with Fly (CI) based in Alderney.
Interflight saw delivery of its first jet aircraft, a Learjet 35a. A worldwide United Kingdom Air Operator’s Certificate was duly issued.
Interflight took on the responsibility of operating the General Aviation Terminal at London-Gatwick.
Interflight took purchase of its first Hawker aircraft, HS125-600, and made the transition to an all turbine fleet.
Interflight purchased a Beech Kingair 200C, which was unique to the British charter market, having a cargo door and Raisbeck IV modifications.
The HS125-600 was replaced by the current HS125-700, benefitting from a quick change interior and able to operate equipped with two stretchers or in various other configurations for freight.
Interflight (Air Charter)’s aircraft operations and base moves to London Biggin Hill Airport, close to the heart of London.
An 8 seater Citation II was added to the fleet, giving capability to operate in and out of London City.
A Hawker 125-800 was added to the fleet
Interflight adds another Hawker 125 to its fleet, this time a 700 model managed on behalf of an owner.
Interflight’s Gatwick based handling company (Executive Air Services) is sold to Signature Flight Support, the largest global FBO network company.
Interflight Technical Services formed to support the fleet of Hawkers operated by Interflight Air Charter.
Work starts on the hanger to convert from a parking hanger to an EASA approved 145 maintenance facility.
EASA 145 Approval granted, Hawker 700/800 and Hawker 800XP.
Interflight welcomes the newly refurbished Hawker 800XP to the fleet. Interflight also introduce a contemporary new brand identity, derived from the original IFT call sign.
Interflight moves to new offices and an upgraded hangar. The Floor is re-painted, lighting upgraded, skylights replaced and new fire alarms & CCTV installed.
Interflight Technical Services obtain authorisation for the Hawker 1000 type.
Interflight Technical Services obtain approval for Beechjet400a, Hawker400XP and Nextant 400XTI
Interflight rebrands it’s aircraft charter and aircraft management divisions to VOLUXIS.
CAA grant Interflight Technical Services with GV-SP Gulfstream G550 line maintenance approval.
Interflight Aircraft Maintenance are granted with Embraer Phenom 300 line maintenace approval.