LGM Enterprises, the parent company of flyExclusive, said it has launched flyExclusive International. The move adds on-demand, long-range global service to its growing portfolio private jet charter and jet card options.
Flyers can now travel to Europe, Hawaii, Alaska, and other points. Customers will have access to Gulfstream GIV-SP aircraft with seating capacity for up to 16 passengers.
The new service is a result of acquiring Sky Night LLC in March. FlyExclusive says it currently has three of the Gulfstream aircraft, a fourth on the way, and expects to have six by September.
“As the economy reopens and passengers seek to get back in the air for leisure or business, we want them to know that flyExclusive International is here to take them anywhere they dream of flying,” said Mike Guina, president, flyExclusive.
He added, “Our flyExclusive International service delivers the high quality, personalized experience for which we have come to be known on a truly global scale.”
In six years, the North Carolina-based company had built a floating fleet of over 55 light, midsize, and super-midsize jets.
In May, flyExclusive launched its own jet card program under the Jet Club banner. The program offers industry-leading discounted rates with guaranteed availablity, deicing, and WiFi. With call-outs of 72 hours and minimums starting at 90 minutes, it targets fliers who can plan ahead.
“We continue to grow flyExclusive into a global leader in private aviation with a focus on safety, control, reliability, and consistency,” said Jim Segrave, the company’s founder.
He added, “The introduction of international capabilities to our portfolio of services continues this growth and reinforces our reputation for innovation in the private charter marketplace.”
Segrave tells Private Jet Card Comparisons he wants to get to 10 of the large cabin private jets by end of year. At that point, flyExclusive would likely add fixed hourly rates and guaranteed availability. Current Jet Club members can use deposit funds to book GIV-SP charters.
Segrave founded Segrave Aviation before selling it to Delta Private Jets in 2010. According to Argus Traqpak, flyExclusive was the eighth largest Part 135 operator in 2019 ranked by flight hours.