FlyExclusive rings the bell at New York Stock Exchange

FlyExclusive executives rang the NYSE bell this morning. It has been trading under FLYX since its late December SPAC merger.

By Doug Gollan, January 18, 2024

After its delayed IPO was completed during the Christmas and New Year week, FlyExclusive executives finally celebrated this morning.

Founder and CEO Jim Segrave (pictured, centered) rang the bell at the New York Stock Exchange as the market opened.

Last year, the Kinston, North Carolina-based flight provider expanded from on-demand charters and jet card sales to fractional ownership.

Earlier this month, FlyExclusive added an employee stock ownership program.

Through June, it ranked as the fifth-largest charter/fractional operator in North America.

In late morning trading, FLYX shares stood at $6.61.

Its 52-week range, including the pre-SPAC merger, has spanned from $3.71 to $14.55.

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