Founded was founded in 1995 by private jet manufacturer Bombardier. Flexjet focuses on fractional ownership and leases of private jets and also has a limited jet card program. Since 2012, it is part of the Directional Aviation family of companies created by private aviation entrepreneur Ken Ricci, including Sentient Jet, PrivateFly, Tuvoli, FXAir, jet remanufacturer Nextant Aerospace and jet sales company Sojourn Aviation as well as others. A SPAC led by Ricci priced at $200 million debuted on the NASDAQ in November 2020. (Review private jet membership company M&A activity with our PRIVATE AVIATION DEAL BOOK.). The company has billion-dollar orders for Embraer’s Praetor 500 and 600, the upcoming Gulfstream G700, and supersonic private jet Aerion AS2. The company is based in Cleveland and ranks second behind NetJets in flight hours by fractional share operators.
When was Flexjet founded?
Who owns Flexjet?
Directional Aviation is its controlling shareholder. It is part of OneSky Flight, which includes Sentient Jet, FXAIR, PrivateFly, and Tuvoli
Who is the CEO of Flexjet?
How are Flexjet aircraft sourced?
From its fleet of fractional aircraft
What are Flexjet’s initiation and membership fees?
There are no initiation or membership fees
What is the cost of Flexjet’s entry-level program?
The Flex25 Embraer Phenom 300 jet card is $166,061
Does Flexjet provide guaranteed availability?
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Can Flexjet jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?
Yes, not guaranteed
What is the company website?
Where is Flexjet’s headquarters?