Jet card provider Nicholas Air is continuing its strategy of measured growth by selectively adding to its fleet

Nicholas Air is staying the course, eschewing big orders for new aircraft, but selectively adding to its fleet based on customer demand.

The newest addition is a Bombardier Challenger 350.

“It’s no secret that we work closely with our members to determine what they want most from their Nicholas Air experience, and the Challenger 350 is high on that list,” Founder and CEO Nicholas Correnti tells Private Jet Card Comparisons.

Challenger 350

He adds, “We’ve taken delivery of more aircraft this year than ever before, based on the demand we have for our program resulting from our customer service culture. While much of the industry has resorted to flying older airframes, we’ve continued purchasing new model aircraft to meet the promise we make to our members.”

Correnti says, “The Nicholas Air brand has consistently invested in the customer experience, and that starts with delivering on the promise of great airplanes.”

So far, in 2022, Nicholas Air has added three Phenom 300s and a pair of Bombardier’s best-selling super midsize aircraft.

Last year, Nicholas Air ranked as the 12th largest fractional/charter operator in North America, according to Argus TraqPak.

The company maintains an average fleet average of under five years old.

Its guaranteed availability jet card options include the Citation CJ3 and Latitude, as well as the Phenom 100.

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