Fractional share and jet card provider Flexjet announced the top places its customers are flying this weekend
After a summer at the beach, the mountains and college football are in for Labor Day weekend at least as far as the fractional owners and jet card members of Flexjet. According to notes the company sent to Private Jet Card Comparisons, “An interesting insight from this year is that private jet-setters are strongly preferring relaxing mountain locations over traditional seaside coastal destinations.”
In its 10th year, Magellan Jets has been a staple on the list of fast growing businesses
Move over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Your Boston-based neighbor – jet card and on-demand charter broker Magellan Jets – just landed on Inc’s 37th annual Inc. 5000, the sought after ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, for a sixth time, something accomplished by only 3% of companies.
VistaJet offers fixed-one way rates and guaranteed availability on a worldwide basis. It has become known for its uber luxury approach to service
VistaJet said it is collaborating with Duddell’s, the Michelin-starred culinary, cultural and social destination in Hong Kong, to create exclusive in-flight menu and limited-edition mooncakes to celebrate the upcoming Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival. The food will not be limited to the air – guests will be able to enjoy the VistaJet menu in September at Duddell’s restaurants in both Hong Kong and London, which offer “classic Cantonese favorites in a refined and artistic setting,” according to a news item posted on the operator’s website.
What started as a difficult year with accounting questions is turning into a stellar year for U.K.-based Air Partner, helped by its U.S. jet card business
Yesterday, Air Partner plc released a trading update for the six months ended 31 July 2018. It is in advance of a detailed report that will be provided with the interim results, which will be released on 27 September 2018. The Group enters its close period on 28 August 2018. The report is a positive viewpoint, following a recent buy rating, and particularly considering the difficult news over accounting woes from earlier this year. Below is the statement from Mark Briffa, the CEO:
The European private jet broker nee operator says it is still moving forward in its plans to develop a new business plan
While it’s not clear that the company is actively taking reservations for immediate travel, its management is saying the negative vibes are from former employees and competitors. It also apparently retains its relationship with Air France which is still featured both on its website and that of the airline, although it also still has a link to its now inactive air operator’s certificate that it gave back when it closed its U.K. subsidiary earlier this summer.