Fast-growing Alliance Aviation says it now has 75 jet card customers. It aims to grow its private jet fleet from 12 to 20 aircraft by 2022
Alliance Aviation aims to grow its fleet of managed private jets from 12 to 20 by next year as demand for its jet card program increases.
The company was started by former Dumont Aviation executives in 2019. It has quickly emerged as a notable player in the market.
According to an email, Alliance reported, “In 20 short months, we have added 12 airplanes to our certificate, serviced over 75 jet card members, and hired over 100 employees.”
It continued, “Our aircraft owners are profitable and flying at a deferred hourly rate. We need more owners; we are looking to have a fleet of 20 by 2022.”
Alliance’s sister Part 135 operator Wing currently lists seven Gulfstream GIV-SPs, a pair of Bombardier Challenger 604s, and three Beechcraft Hawker 800XPs on its website.
Alliance’s jet card offers fixed rates with guaranteed availability in five aircraft cabin categories. It also includes discounted, fixed rates for transcontinental flights and includes one-way fixed-rate pricing to both Alaska and Hawaii.