Assistant U.S. Attorney J. Fortier Imbert
The now-defunct company’s clients included film and music celebrities. Some paid as much as $85,000 for flights.
Brothers Michael and Paul Brassington were indicted last year and accused of running illegal commercial charters and skirting safety requirements.
A lawyer for a former charter jet company executive told jurors the government’s fraud case against his client is based on flawed testimony.
An executive lied about the weights of his planes, a practice that culminated in a fiery crash at Teterboro Airport that injured 20 people and caused millions in damage, a federal prosecutor told jurors Monday.