The Baltimore Ravens are chartering with Omni Air International.
That makes sense. For the relatively-flew flights involved per season per team, I was surprised that all one team could come up with was Miami Air. Don't get me wrong, they are an excellent and flexible charter operator accustomed to dealing with Important People and catering to their every whim. It just seemed like Atlas and Omni had some Seriously Sizeable pax aircraft that were better fits and should find their way to at least a few of the AA-Orphaned Teams, like when World flew the Bills around on a very-nice MD11.
Also, I'm still a little perplexed as to why the Patriots would do a 125 operation when safer, more-experienced, better-trained, better-supervised pilots, f/as, and maintenance were available from ATI, Omni, and Atlas to crew and maintain their aircraft, not to mention dispatch, etc. That would be a vastly-safer arrangement, and I can only assume that arrogance, ego and know-it-all-y-ness were involved in their decision to reinvent the wheel. The 25-cent word is probably "hubris". Sometimes with folks like this, a paranoia about privacy enters into the decisions as well, and most show-biz/sports people really aren't sufficiently-knowledgable about what they're purchasing to understand that there's a reason most people do it differently; the desire to be special or private overrides good judgment. In some sense, this is exactly what killed Joan Rivers -- doing surgery at a "special" "private" surgicenter that didn't have the kind of rules, policies and safeguards that would have been present at one of the 4 or 5 World Class hospitals in her home town of NYC, where the procedure wouldn't have gone sideways, and there would have been people who could fix it if it did. It's also what killed the publisher of the Philadelphia Inquirer -- a private aviation department where the guy's beloved and trusted pilots had long-ago stopped bothering to use checklists or get top-notch recurrent training on their aircraft, so when something initially-inconsequential went wrong in a very-forgiving location, they still ended up killing everyone.