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Flight Operations

A pilot and a child smiling back from the flight deckThe Flight Operations Division administers, maintains and schedules state-owned aircraft to provide safe, secure and cost-effective transportation for emergency services, economic development prospects, the Administration and other Commonwealth of Virginia agencies for the conduct of their business.  We are also responsible for implementing a continuous safety management system to include monitoring and reporting aviation related accidents to the Virginia Aviation Board. 

What We Do

The Flight Operations Division provides air service to Commonwealth of Virginia agencies including state universities.  This service allows access to communities served by most of the 66 public use airports in Virginia as well as public use airports across the contiguous United States.

King Air 350 on the runwayWe operate four aircraft that are based at Richmond International Airport.  These include two King Air 350 turboprop aircraft capable of seating 11 passengers, one Cessna 206 single engine aircraft, and one Cessna 182 single engine aircraft.


Facilities Management

Facilities Management is also a part of the Flight Operations Division.  It provides facility support to the agency.

Barry Briere, Facilities Manager
(804) 236-3641, ext. 63641