Wildcat Touring is a US public charter airline that flies non-stop charter flights to Aspen, Colorado from both Dallas and Houston. The airline is a charter-only airline and offers a semi-private aircraft on all flights. The airline departs from private terminals at Aspen, Dallas Love Field and Houston Hobby, which means passengers on Wildcat Touring don't have to pass TSA or wait in any security lines.
Wildcat Touring has different baggage policies for carry-on and checked baggage.
Passengers are entitled to one item of free carry-on baggage with a maximum weight of 6.8 kg (15 lbs). This baggage must fit within the dimensions of 25 cm x 50 cm x 38 cm (10" x 20" x 15").
Passengers are entitled to two pieces of free checked baggage, with a maximum weight of 13.6 kg (30 lbs). This baggage must fit within the dimensions of 88 cm x 40 cm x 35 cm (35" x 16" x 14").
The airline offers just one cabin class onboard its flights. The cabin is spacious, clean with luxury service and seats. The aircraft has been modified to include fewer seats, giving each passenger more personal space on the aircraft.
Because flights are operated from a private terminal, passengers can skip TSA and security lines and head straight to check-in and boarding.
Passengers can enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks, which are served by the airline's professional cabin crew once in-flight.
The airline has modified its aircraft to include 30 luxury seats instead of the standard 50 for the aircraft that it uses.
Seats are set out in a 1 x 2 configuration. Each seat is oversized and made from genuine leather.
There's no in-flight entertainment system. However, passengers can enjoy reading materials, found in their seat pocket.
There's no WIFI network on Wildcat Touring flights.
Passengers are offered complimentary snacks and drinks on all flights. These will be offered to customers by the airline's cabin crew once the flight has taken off.
Wildcat Touring passengers must check in at the airport since the airline doesn't offer online check in.
Online check-in isn't available for Wildcat Touring flights. Passengers must check-in at the airport.
Passengers must check-in at the airport of departure. Passengers will be greeted by a Wildcat Touring member of staff at the private terminal of the airport, who will then assist passengers with the check-in process.
Wildcat Touring doesn't have a frequent flyer program to reward returning passengers at this time.
As a charter airline, the airline isn't a member of any airline alliance.
Wildcat Touring flies to a number of destinations, below is a detailed table of all its destinations:
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Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (FLL) is an airport in Broward County, Florida and is the hub airport for Wildcat Touring. The airport has four terminals, two runways and handles over 35 million passengers per year.
Despite being the hub airport for Wildcat Touring, the airline doesn't offer any flights to or from the airport at this time. Airlines that do fly to/from Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International include Air Transat, Allegiant Air, Copa Airlines, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Norwegian, Silver Airways, Sky Bahamas, TAME and WestJet.
The airline operates a fleet of SAAB 2000 regional jets. Wildcat Touring has modified its aircraft so that it seats 30 passengers, giving more space than a regular SAAB 2000 plane.