Migrant flights cost a fraction of what aviation contractor charged Fla.

They’re the Florida-funded flights that just keep raising questions.Now newly released invoices from August show the company which provided the private jets, Ultimate Jetcharters, quoted a price of just over $153,000 for two flights that took place from San Antonio, Texas, to Bedford, Massachusetts, on September 14, 2022.But that total is just a fraction of the more than $1.5 million Florida has already paid to Vertol Inc, the aviation company Florida hired to coordinate and facilitate all aspects of these migrant flights.The controversial flights are part of the state’s new $12 million migrant relocation plan, which Florida Governor Ron DeSantis

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