Atlanta-based fractional and jet card operator Volato says it is looking to move its headquarters.
Fast-growing HondaJet fractional and jet card operator Volato wants to make a different type of move.
The 2021 start-up says it is looking to move its headquarters from Atlanta, Georgia.
According to a press release, it is “exploring the possibility of relocating its headquarters to take the company through its next stage of growth and to better serve its growing customer base. The company is considering several states, including Florida and Texas.”
“Our decision to explore a potential new headquarters is driven by our commitment to innovation, excellence, employee quality of life, and meeting the evolving needs of our customers,” said Matt Liotta, CEO of Volato.
He added, “Florida and Texas have emerged as strong contenders for our new headquarters thanks to their pro-business environment, exceptional talent pool, and growing focus on aerospace.”
Volato is telling would-be candidates it will “generate new jobs and stimulate economic growth.”
However, the release didn’t provide any details.
It said it is also considering other spots besides Texas and Florida.
According to the release, “The company will conduct a thorough evaluation of its options with economic councils, local communities, and officials before making a final decision. The company is committed to sourcing a location that will ensure a successful future for its employees, partners, and customers.”
The company also has a presence in Houston via its acquisition last year of Gulf Coast Aviation.
In addition to on-demand charter, jet cards, and fractional ownership, Volato also offers aircraft management.
It is expanding beyond its current HondaJet fractional fleet with super-midsize Gulfstream G280s.