We Are Connectors

North Central Air Charter (NCAC) is a reliable and experienced private jet charter and Cirrus air taxi operator located at the DuPage Airport just outside of Chicago. North Central Air Charter operates its own fleet of Citation Jet, Pilatus PC-12 and Cirrus SR22T aircraft maintained to the highest standards. Let us put our fleet to use in helping you connect face to face for business meetings, family events, and all of the important things in life.

NCAC will meet and exceed all of your private air charter needs. We have international, national, and regional capability to service groups as large as eight travelers to as small as just one.  Our flight crews have significant time in each aircraft type, and our operations staff is highly experienced in aircraft management. NCAC is Argus Gold rated and Wyvern Registered, giving our passengers confidence that our safety and operations are independently reviewed. Our aircraft are maintained to an impeccable standard and ready on demand. We’re based in the Chicago suburbs at DuPage Airport (KDPA) but can start your trip from anywhere.

North Central Air Charter was founded by aviation industry veteran Ken Phlamm, and private equity investor Rob Miller, both of Hinsdale Illinois. Ken is an experienced aviation professional with nearly 20 years of entrepreneurial experience in general and commercial aviation as owner and operator of Travel Express Aviation, LLC.

North Central Air Charter: FAA Air Carrier Certificate Number T77A675I


Do I have to go through security?

Private aviation provides the highest level of security but without the inconvenience. You will not be asked to remove your shoes or empty your bags. Drive your car right up to the side of the plane and step onboard!

How safe is this?

Private aviation is highly regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration. Our pilots are highly trained and rigorously tested according to FAA approved programs. The same is true of our aircraft. All are well maintained according to strict Federal standards.

How do I track a Flight?

Type the airplane's tail number into our flight tracking page