Private Jet Services Group parent Elevate Aviation has rebranded Keystone Aviation as Elevate Jet.
Elevate Aviation Group announced it is completing the full integration of multiple air carriers, including Keyston Aviation.
As part of the move, Keystone Aviation is becoming Elevate Jet.
The rebranding strategy reflects the completed effort to combine each EAG operating division into a fully integrated platform of services.
The result is an improved experience for its managed aircraft owners and team members.
Elevate acquired Keystone in January 2022.
The group includes Private Jet Services Group, specializing in group charters, including live entertainment tours and sports teams.
PJS also offers dynamic pricing and customized fixed-rate jet cards.
Elevate Jet provides MRO, sales and acquisitions, and aircraft management.
“This rebranding initiative is pivotal in Elevate Aviation Group’s strategic vision to continue to position itself as the primary solution provider of aviation services for flyers and aircraft owners,” said Randy McKinney, President of EAG.
He continued, “Our unwavering commitment as a company is prioritizing the client experience. Consolidating all divisions under the Elevate moniker underscores our brand’s consistency as the leading provider of all-encompassing aviation solutions.”
According to the press release, “Elevate Jet’s emphasis on aircraft ownership and management highlights its distinct sub-brand, backed by seasoned teams. This strategic move aligns the Elevate brand across air transportation, travel consultancy, aircraft acquisitions, and aircraft management services.”
“The rebranding positions the Elevate Jet brand across the three divisions catering to aircraft owners,” said David Allen, COO of Elevate Jet.
The rebranding process started September 1, 2023, with an expected completion by November 2023.