Ricky Sitomer’s Star Jets International saw revenues in the first half of 2022 soar 89% to $9.3 million
New York-based Star Jets International posted $9.3 million in first half revenues, an 89% year-over-year increase, according to the company.
Revenues for the second quarter jumped 59% to $3.8 million, and the company says, “The demand for private air travel shows no signs of slowing down.”
According to the announcement, “The Company expects continued growth throughout the remainder of 2022. Sales increases are being driven by pent-up demand due to Covid.”
It adds, “The company sees its first-time passengers rapidly becoming repeat customers to enjoy their new-found benefits of the convenience and luxury in private air travel.”
Founder and CEO Ricky Sitomer notes, “Many travelers who have been sitting on the sidelines, who have now received the Covid vaccine, are looking to get away after being cooped up for so long. We are seeing tremendous demand in Europe this summer.”
Star Jets has both fixed-rate and dynamic pricing jet cards.
Before launching Star Jets, Sitomer rose to fame as a co-founder of Blue Star Jets, a name pulled from the movie Wall Street.