The jet card specialist has added three Phenom 300Es and a Challenger 350 to its fleet.
The company buys new and recently new private jets and maintains an average fleet age of under five years.
It now has 13 of the Embraer light jets and two of the super-midsize Challengers.
The fleet includes Pilatus PC-12s, Phenom 100s, CJ3s, and Latitudes.
Nicholas Air offers two core jet card programs based on hours and dollar deposits.
“We’ve continued to do precisely what we’ve always done best—world-class customer service, matched with the highest quality aircraft in the market. The result is that the demand for the Nicholas Air program continues to surpass even the general rise in demand across the industry,” CEO and Founder Nicholas Correnti tells Private Jet Card Comparisons.
He adds, “We’ve continued to invest in the best and most modern aircraft in the market. Adding three new Phenom 300E airframes and a Challenger 350 just in the last 60 days continues that trend.”
Peder von Harten, Nicholas Air President notes, “As you see with the struggle of the open fleet mode, owning and operating aircraft matters more than ever.”
He says, “There is always a lot of chatter in the industry about aircraft and who is ordering what. Someone can say they ordered a dozen aircraft, but that doesn’t mean they will actually take delivery of those jets. To have those airplanes, like our four new ones, actually on our ramp and ready to enter service for our members is what is most important. It’s the airplane version of actually delivering on a promise and for us. Those promises are fulfilled each time we take delivery of new planes. There are not many companies that can say that.”