Federal contract opportunity HTC71113RC001 for nonscheduled chartered passenger air transportation at United States Transportation Command USTRANSCOM Command Acquisition, response was due Jun 21, 2013.

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Solicitation Number
HTC71113RC001
Contract Number(s)
HTC711-14-D-CC01_CC02_CC03_CC04
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Intra-Alaskan cargo and passenger air transportation services from Elmendorf AFB to locations throughout the state of Alaska, including the Aleutian chain. Destinations include, but are not limited to Eareckson AFS (Shemya Island), Cape Lisburne, Barter Island, Cape Newenham, Cape Romanzoff, Cold Bay, Eielson AFB, Galena, King Salmon, Oliktok, Point Barrow, Point Lay, Sparrevohn, Tin City, and Indian Mountain.

Aircraft must be contractor-furnished, IFR-equipped, multi-engine aircraft, capable of operating to and from 3,500-foot gravel airfields, and be capable of flying in extreme arctic conditions.

There are two separate cargo requirements.
-First requirement: Aircraft utilized must be able to accommodate cargo up to 78 inches high and have a net cargo airlift capability of at least 25,000 lbs, depending on destination and fuel load.
-Second requirement: Aircraft utilized must be 463L pallet capable, accommodate cargo up to 108 inches high by 120 inches wide, must have truck bed height straight loading capability and have drive-on drive-off capability for various vehicles up to 30,000 pounds, and capable of carrying cargo payloads of at least 40,000 lbs, depending on destination and fuel load.
There are two separate passenger requirements.
-First requirement: aircraft utilized must be able to transport a minimum of 7 passengers, have baggage capacity of 980 lbs, and a range of at least 1,000 GCSM with 4 passengers and 40 lbs of baggage. Contractor aircraft must be fully self-supporting with internal passenger stairs, and auxiliary power unit (APU) for self-starting.
-Second requirement: Aircraft utilized must be capable of transporting a minimum of 15 passengers with hand carried baggage not to exceed 100 lbs and small cargo not to exceed 150 lbs, have an industry standard lavatory equipped with running water and flushing toilet system, capable of flying from JBER, AK to Eareckson AFS, AK in no more than 5 hours with a minimum of 15 passengers, fuel and baggage, operate at 19,000ft of higher, and have a minimum allowable cabin load (ACL) of 4,500 lbs.

Multiple contract awards are anticipated as a result of this solicitation. The period of performance will be 1 Oct 13 through 30 Sep 14, with three 1-year option periods.

The successful offeror must satisfy all DoD Commercial Air Carrier Quality and Safety requirements as described in 32 CFR, Part 861.3 and DoD additional standards for contract cargo operations under Part 121. Cargo offerors must be certified under Part 121 of the Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) (14 CFR 121). Passenger air carriers must possess an FAA operator certificate for FAR part 135. The successful offeror must obtain approval of the DoD Commercial Airlift Review Board (CARB), and either be a Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) carrier or possess a certificate stating that the carrier is technically ineligible for CRAF.

NAICS code 481212 and 481211 applies to this acquisition. The solicitation will be available only at the FedBizOps website, http://www.fbo.gov.

All responsible sources may submit an offer, which shall be considered by the agency.

Ombudsman for this solicitation: Mr. Jeff Beyer, USTRANSCOM Command Acquisition, 508 Scott Drive, Bldg 1900 W, Scott AFB IL 62225-5357, (618) 220-7021, fax (618) 220-6248, email: jeffery.beyer@ustranscom.mil.

All comments should be addressed to Lisa Winka, Contract Specialist (618) 220-7116, lisa.winka@ustranscom.mil or Neal Newberry, Contracting Officer (618) 220-7104, email: samuel.newberry@ustranscom.mil.


Intra-Alaskan cargo and passenger air transportation services from Elmendorf AFB to locations throughout the state of Alaska, including the Aleutian chain. Destinations include, but are not limited to Eareckson AFS (Shemya Island), Cape Lisburne, Barter Island, Cape Newenham, Cape Romanzoff, Cold Bay, Eielson AFB, Galena, King Salmon, Oliktok, Point Barrow, Point Lay, Sparrevohn, Tin City, and Indian Mountain.. Aircraft must be contractor-furnished, IFR-equipped, multi-engine aircraft, capable of operating to and from 3,500-foot gravel airfields, and be capable of flying in extreme arctic conditions. There are two separate cargo requirements. First requirement: Aircraft utilized must be able to accommodate cargo up to 78 inches high and have a net cargo airlift capability of at least 25,000 lbs, depending on destination and fuel load. Second requirement: Aircraft utilized must be 463L pallet capable, accommodate cargo up to 108 inches high by 120 inches wide, must have truck bed height straight loading capability and have drive-on drive-off capability for various vehicles up to 30,000 pounds, and capable of carrying cargo payloads of at least 40,000 lbs, depending on destination and fuel load. There are two separate passenger requirements. First requirement: aircraft utilized must be able to transport a minimum of 7 passengers, have baggage capacity of 980 lbs, and a range of at least 1,000 GCSM with 4 passengers and 40 lbs of baggage. Contractor aircraft must be fully self-supporting with internal passenger stairs, and auxiliary power unit (APU) for self-starting. Second requirement: Aircraft utilized must be capable of transporting a minimum of 15 passengers with hand carried baggage not to exceed 100 lbs and small cargo not to exceed 150 lbs, have an industry standard lavatory equipped with running water and flushing toilet system, capable of flying from JBER, AK to Eareckson AFS, AK in no more than 5 hours with a minimum of 15 passengers, fuel and baggage, operate at 19,000ft of higher, and have a minimum allowable cabin load (ACL) of 4,500 lbs.

Multiple contract awards are anticipated as a result of this solicitation. The period of performance will be 1 Oct 13 through 30 Sep 14, with three 1-year option periods.

The successful offeror must satisfy all DoD Commercial Air Carrier Quality and Safety requirements as described in 32 CFR, Part 861.3 and DoD additional standards for contract cargo operations under Part 121. Cargo offerors must be certified under Part 121 of the Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) (14 CFR 121). Passenger air carriers must possess an FAA operator certificate for FAR part 135. The successful offeror must obtain approval of the DoD Commercial Airlift Review Board (CARB), and either be a Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) carrier or possess a certificate stating that the carrier is technically ineligible for CRAF.

NAICS code 481212 and 481211 applies to this acquisition. The solicitation will be available only at the FedBizOps website, http://www.fbo.gov on or about 17May 2013. All responsible sources may submit an offer, which shall be considered by the agency.

Ombudsman for this solicitation: Mr. Jeff Beyer, USTRANSCOM Command Acquisition, 508 Scott Drive, Bldg 1900 W, Scott AFB IL 62225-5357, (618) 220-7021, fax (618) 220-6248, email: jeffery.beyer@ustranscom.mil.

All comments should be addressed to Lisa Winka, Contract Specialist (618) 220-7116, lisa.winka@ustranscom.mil or Neal Newberry, Contracting Officer (618) 220-7104, email: samuel.newberry@ustranscom.mil.


Intra-Alaskan cargo and passenger air transportation services from Elmendorf AFB to locations throughout the state of Alaska, including the Aleutian chain. Destinations include, but are not limited to Eareckson AFS (Shemya Island), Cape Lisburne, Barter Island, Cape Newenham, Cape Romanzoff, Cold Bay, Eielson AFB, Galena, King Salmon, Oliktok, Point Barrow, Point Lay, Sparrevohn, Tin City, and Indian Mountain.. Aircraft must be contractor-furnished, IFR-equipped, multi-engine aircraft, capable of operating to and from 3,500-foot gravel airfields, and be capable of flying in extreme arctic conditions. There are two separate cargo requirements. First requirement: Aircraft utilized must be able to accommodate cargo up to 78 inches high and have a net cargo airlift capability of at least 25,000 lbs, depending on destination and fuel load. Second requirement: Aircraft utilized must be 463L pallet capable, accommodate cargo up to 108 inches high by 120 inches wide, must have truck bed height straight loading capability and have drive-on drive-off capability for various vehicles up to 30,000 pounds, and capable of carrying cargo payloads of at least 40,000 lbs, depending on destination and fuel load. There are two separate passenger requirements. First requirement: aircraft utilized must be able to transport a minimum of 7 passengers, have baggage capacity of 980 lbs, and a range of at least 1,000 GCSM with 4 passengers and 40 lbs of baggage. Contractor aircraft must be fully self-supporting with internal passenger stairs, and auxiliary power unit (APU) for self-starting. Second requirement: Aircraft utilized must be capable of transporting a minimum of 15 passengers with hand carried baggage not to exceed 100 lbs and small cargo not to exceed 150 lbs, have an industry standard lavatory equipped with running water and flushing toilet system, capable of flying from JBER, AK to Eareckson AFS, AK in no more than 5 hours with a minimum of 15 passengers, fuel and baggage, operate at 19,000ft of higher, and have a minimum allowable cabin load (ACL) of 4,500 lbs. Date for receipt of offers will be on or about 5 May 2013. Multiple contract awards are anticipated as a result of this solicitation. The period of performance will be 1 Oct 13 through 30 Sep 14, with three 1-year option periods. The successful offeror must satisfy all DOD Commercial Air Carrier Quality and Safety requirements as described in 32 CFR, Part 861.3 and DOD additional standards for contract cargo operations under Part 121. Cargo offerors must be certified under Part 121 of the Federal Aviation Regulation (14 CFR 121) and willing to commit aircraft to the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF). Passenger air carriers must possess an FAA operator certificate for FAR part 135. The successful offeror must obtain approval of the DOD Commercial Airlift Review Board. NAICS code 481212 and 481211 applies to this acquisition. The solicitation will be available only at the FedBizOps website, http://www.fbo.gov on or about 22 April 2013. All responsible sources may submit an offer, which shall be considered by the agency. Ombudsman for this solicitation: Mr. Jeff Beyer, USTRANSCOM Command Acquisition, 508 Scott Drive, Bldg 1900 W, Scott AFB IL 62225-5357, (618) 220-7021, fax (618) 220-6248, email: jeffery.beyer@ustranscom.mil. All comments should be addressed to Joshua Green, Contract Specialist (618) 220-6712, email: joshua.green@ustranscom.mil or Neal Newberry, Contracting Officer (618) 220-7104, email: samuel.newberry@ustranscom.mil.

Intra-Alaskan cargo and passenger air transportation services from Elmendorf AFB to locations throughout the state of Alaska, including the Aleutian chain. Destinations include, but are not limited to Eareckson AFS (Shemya Island), Cape Lisburne, Barter Island, Cape Newenham, Cape Romanzoff, Cold Bay, Eielson AFB, Galena, King Salmon, Oliktok, Point Barrow, Point Lay, Sparrevohn, Tin City, and Indian Mountain.. Aircraft must be contractor-furnished, IFR-equipped, multi-engine aircraft, capable of operating to and from 3,500-foot gravel airfields, and be capable of flying in extreme arctic conditions. There are two separate cargo requirements. First requirement: Aircraft utilized must be able to accommodate cargo up to 78 inches high and have a net cargo airlift capability of at least 25,000 lbs, depending on destination and fuel load. Second requirement: Aircraft utilized must be 463L pallet capable, accommodate cargo up to 108 inches high by 120 inches wide, must have truck bed height straight loading capability and have drive-on drive-off capability for various vehicles up to 30,000 pounds, and capable of carrying cargo payloads of at least 40,000 lbs, depending on destination and fuel load. There are two separate passenger requirements. First requirement: aircraft utilized must be able to transport a minimum of 7 passengers, have baggage capacity of 980 lbs, and a range of at least 1,000 GCSM with 4 passengers and 40 lbs of baggage. Contractor aircraft must be fully self-supporting with internal passenger stairs, and auxiliary power unit (APU) for self-starting. Second requirement: Aircraft utilized must be capable of transporting a minimum of 15 passengers with hand carried baggage not to exceed 100 lbs and small cargo not to exceed 150 lbs, have an industry standard lavatory equipped with running water and flushing toilet system, capable of flying from JBER, AK to Eareckson AFS, AK in no more than 5 hours with a minimum of 15 passengers, fuel and baggage, operate at 19,000ft of higher, and have a maximum allowable cabin load (ACL) of 4,5000 lbs. Date for receipt of offers will be on or about 5 May 2013. Multiple contract awards are anticipated as a result of this solicitation. The period of performance will be 1 Oct 13 through 30 Sep 14, with three 1-year option periods. The successful offeror must satisfy all DOD Commercial Air Carrier Quality and Safety requirements as described in 32 CFR, Part 861.3 and DOD additional standards for contract cargo operations under Part 121. Cargo offerors must be certified under Part 121 of the Federal Aviation Regulation (14 CFR 121) and willing to commit aircraft to the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF). Passenger air carriers must possess an FAA operator certificate for FAR part 135. The successful offeror must obtain approval of the DOD Commercial Airlift Review Board. NAICS code 481212 and 481211 applies to this acquisition. The solicitation will be available only at the FedBizOps website, http://www.fbo.gov on or about 22 April 2013. All responsible sources may submit an offer, which shall be considered by the agency. Ombudsman for this solicitation: Mr. Jeff Beyer, USTRANSCOM Command Acquisition, 508 Scott Drive, Bldg 1900 W, Scott AFB IL 62225-5357, (618) 220-7021, fax (618) 220-6248, email: jeffery.beyer@ustranscom.mil. All comments should be addressed to Joshua Green, Contract Specialist (618) 220-6712, email: joshua.green@ustranscom.mil or Neal Newberry, Contracting Officer (618) 220-7104, email: samuel.newberry@ustranscom.mil.

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Unspecified 17_Jun_13_Solicitation_QA_posted_to_FBO.pdf 17 June 13 - Solicitation Question & Answers
Unspecified Alaska_Charter_Airlift_Services_-_DRAFT_PWS.pdf Draft PWS to solicitation HTC711-13-R-C001.
Unspecified HTC711-13-R-C001_Questions_&_Answers.pdf Solicitation questions and answers.
Unspecified 14_June_2013_Solicitation_QA_posted_to_FBO.pdf 14 June 2013 - Responses to Questions
Unspecified Solicitation-HTC711-13-R-C001-0001.pdf Amendment 0001
Unspecified Exhibit_1_Fuel_Burn_Rate_.xlsx Fuel Burn Rate Excel File
Unspecified 4._7_Jun_2013_-_Solicitation_QA_posted_to_FBO_.pdf Responses to Questions 7 June 13
Unspecified 12_JUNE_2013_-_Solicitation_QA.pdf 12 June 2013 - Q&A for Solicitation
Unspecified HTC711-13-R-C001-SF1449.pdf Solicitation - 1449 HTC711-13-R-C001
Unspecified Solicitation-HTC711-13-R-C001.pdf Solicitation
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