Kavanagh joins Jets.com as EVP of sales

Private jet flight provider veteran Vincent Kavanagh has joined Jets.com as the company plans growth and expansion.

By Doug Gollan, April 3, 2024

Veteran jet card and fractional executive Vincent Kavanagh (pictured center) is Jets.com’s new executive vice president, overseeing sales.

Kavanagh was previously in leadership positions at NetJets Europe, VistaJet, and Air Partner.

In 2022, he moved to Four Corners Aviation to launch its charter brokerage as part of its Freedom initiative, a new services approach for corporate flight departments.

Jets.com growth

He joins Jets.com as it seeks to grow from its current $140 million in sales and 1,200 jet card members.

In 2020, the New York-based flight provider opened an office in Boca Raton, Florida.

In 2021, Jets.com bought charter operator Pittsburgh Jet Center, which whas since rebranded as Private Jet Center. The company has grown its fleet from four to 13 jets.

Jets was founded in 2008 and saw sales grow four-fold through the Covid surge.

Edgar Alacan (right) and Manni Scarso (left), co-founders and co-CEOs, say the company plans to open a full West Coast office and expand its team of around 40 brokers.

Jet card programs

The company offers two jet card programs, both of which offer access to all four categories of jets, from light to large.

Both programs include deicing and eschew taxi time.

Last year, it added fixed rates and guaranteed availability for transatlantic flights.

Initially planned for the summer, the program now continues year-round.

Growth plans include the cargo and group charter business.

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