Florida start-up 7 AIR - a wholly-owned subsidiary of Xtreme Aviation Holding LLC - intends to launch domestic US as well as international cargo charters from Miami International in February 2024 with a B737NG freighter, according to a regulatory filing.

Separate dockets reveal the company has applied to the US Department of Transportation for certificates of public convenience and necessity to engage in foreign and interstate charters of property and mail using an all-cargo configured B737-700 or B737-800.

Documents attached to the applications reveal 7 AIR will be based in Miami, from where it intends to operate all-cargo charters to the 48 Contiguous States and the District of Columbia, as well as Central and South America, the Caribbean, Mexico, Canada, and Alaska.

Initially, 7 AIR intends to obtain a Part 121 certificate using a single B737NG freighter at the outset, expanding to three freighters within the first year of operations.

Parent Xtreme Aviation Holding also owns Part 145 repair station Xtreme Aviation, and lessor Aventus Air Leasing II, Inc., both based in Opa Locka, Florida. It also owns Miami-based MRO K&J Aviation LLC and Part 145 repair station Aerospace Pneudraulics LLC, in Homestead, Florida.

Xtreme Aviation Holding is co-owned by the start-up's CEO and accountable manager, Amasvido Rodriguez, its president Jose Rodriguez, and vice president of marketing Carlos Cock, who hold 30%, 31%, and 30%, respectively. Additionally, Juan Pantoja and Yadira Purga are minority owners of Xtreme Aviation Holding, each having a 4.5% interest.

Amasvido Rodriguez was previously the vice president and is a partial owner of Florida-based charter carrier World Atlantic Airlines (WL, Miami International). Jose Rodriguez is also president of Xtreme Aviation and the primary director of Aventus Air Leasing II, Inc. Director of Operations, Juan Pablo Nunez, is a part-owner of Miami-based charter carrier GlobalX (G6, Miami International), while Carlos Cock is also CEO of Xtreme Aviation.