The two companies sell by-the-seat scheduled flights on private jets and corporate shuttles with Ultimate using FBOs
OneJet, which focuses on connecting medium-size markets, is expected tomorrow to announce the acquisition of Ultimate Jet Charters. Ultimate Jet Charters operates 30-seat Dornier and ERJ aircraft for corporate shuttle clients, as well as per-seat scheduled service on select routes under the Ultimate Air Shuttle brand.
Flexjet’s new terminal will be dedicated for its fractional shareowners, program and jet card members. Dallas Love Field is one of the busiest private aviation airports in the U.S.
When a private jet is not enough, you need a private jet terminal. While FBOs – the industry term for private jet terminals – are a world away from commercial airline terminals, at busy airports during peak times and weather disruptions, yes they can get crowded. Flexjet LLC, today announced the relocation of its Dallas operations to the Braniff Centre, a 26-acre redevelopment project on Dallas Love Field (ICAO: KDAL) creating a private terminal exclusive to its customers..
The jet card seller says it just had its best quarter in over 10 years in both revenues and hours flown
Directional Aviation’s Sentient Jet has launched a new website featuring operational and visual enhancements to improve the customer experience the company said in a press release. In the announcement, Sentient (other Directional companies include Flexjet and Skyjet) said the website launch follows several technological milestones for the company, including the launch of a new mobile application in 2016. On the business side, the company said it is forecasting nearly $300 million in jet card sales in 2018 and just recorded its most successful quarter in terms of both sales and flying volume in over 10 years.
Following re-launching and expanding its jet cards, the operator and broker is also planning to add new private jets in 2018
XOJET is planning to add “three or four aircraft” to its fleet of 41 Challenger 300s and Citations Xs, according to an interview in Aviation International News.
The Switzerland-based charter broker takes good care of its workers, according to the leading financial magazine
Geneva-based LunaJets was awarded last week the top prize for “Best Employer 2018” for companies under 50 employees, by Bilan magazine, the business and economic reference in French-speaking Switzerland. It’s the 10th year the financial magazine has published its choice of companies for best HR practices.