Jet card broker Outlier Jets is targeting Part 135 operators as it marks five years
Outlier Jets is celebrating its fifth anniversary with growth plans.
According to a news release, “To advance its expansion plans, Outlier Jets is seeking full or partial acquisition opportunities of tenured Part 135 operators within strategic geographic footholds throughout the US market.”
“We look forward to 2023 and advancing discussions with key executives from Part 135 operators with 10 or more aircraft under management,” said Michael Farley, CEO of Outlier Jets.
The company has team members in California, Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, and Virginia.
Jet card deals
The broker is also offering a promotion to celebrate its anniversary.
It is currently selling a 15-hour demo jet card.
Its fixed-rate, guaranteed availability jet card normally begins at 25 hours.
For joiners who buy its 35-hour jet card, they will receive a bonus hour.
Unused jet card funds are refundable.
The program includes light, midsize, super-midsize, and large cabin pricing.
It also offers one-way pricing to the Caribbean and Mexico.