United Maverick Magazine

Maverick, United Charter Services  200+ page, larger than life, luxury fashion, travel and lifestyle publication is aimed at high-end world travellers. Released in both hard and softcover, on a bi-annual basis, Maverick is widely distributed in South Africa, Dubai & Europe.

Maverick, United Charter Services  200+ page, larger than life, luxury fashion, travel and lifestyle publication is aimed at high-end world travellers. Released in both hard and softcover, on a bi-annual basis, Maverick is widely distributed in South Africa, Dubai & Europe.

Maverick, United Charter Services  200+ page, larger than life, luxury fashion, travel and lifestyle publication is aimed at high-end world travellers. Released in both hard and softcover, on a bi-annual basis, Maverick is widely distributed in South Africa, Dubai & Europe. The Magazine Just as with the rest of United...

Maverick, United Charter Services  200+ page, larger than life, luxury fashion, travel and lifestyle publication is aimed at high-end world travellers. Released in both hard and softcover, on a bi-annual basis, Maverick is widely distributed in South Africa, Dubai & Europe. Maverick magazine is the lovechild of...

United Charter Services has undergone unparalleled growth in the past twelve years of operation! What started as a pioneering Private Aircraft Charter brokerage has evolved into a turnkey Aviation Services company, employing more than thirty staff members, with locations at both Lanseria and Cape Town International...

The very concept was a mystery   When United Charter Services owner Jonathan Wolpe approached established charter operators in South Africa to discuss brokering flights over 12 years ago. At the time this type of service was only a fledgling business globally and was pretty much unheard of in South Africa.  But a dozen...

W e all remember the journalistic outrage in 2008 when the senior automotive executives arrived in Washington, begging bowls in hand, aboard their multi-million dollar business jets. What were they thinking? How could they justify this extravagance when their corporations were so severely under-capitalised it...