Paramount Business Jet, which offers a jet card with wholesale pricing and fixed mark-ups, expects revenues to double by 2025 after tripling in the past two years
Leesburg, Virginia-based private jet charter broker Paramount Business Jets expects the halcyon days to continue through at least 2025.
After tripling revenues in the past two years, it expects sales to double in the next three years.
PBJ Founder and CEO Richard Zaher says the company saw a 318% increase in business since 2020. It surpassed $35 million in sales in 2021 last year.
He now expects revenues to reach $70 million by 2025.
“When the pandemic struck our world, we were very fortunate to have our highly-experienced charter consultants already located around the globe to respond quickly and professionally to requests for aircraft,” Zaher says.
He adds, “We had the right people, ethics, and processes in place, which allowed us to continue to exceed our clients’ highest expectations even as our competitors scrambled to adapt to the changing work environment.”
PBJ is now prepping a new website. It will be “simpler and more intuitive…for clients to find the perfect aircraft for their mission and budget.”
Zaher says the company vets all operators to ensure safety and full compliance with applicable regulations.
The company had a 4.9 out of 5 rating on Trustpilot. It has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Founded in 2005, PBJ offers memberships that use dynamic pricing with wholesale rates and fixed mark-ups.