GrandView Aviation Executive Overview

Year Founded2004
LeadershipJerry Edwards, CEO
Jessica Naor, COO
HeadquartersBaltimore, MD
Jet Card Hourly PricesPhenom 300 rates start at $3,193 per hour, including FET, not including repositioning fees
Related ProductsOn-demand Charter, Helicopter
Related CompaniesFly Lindy

Grandview Aviation owns and operates its fleet, giving it complete control over the availability and the customer experience.

Its all Phenom 300 fleet is equipped with complimentary Wifi, satellite phones, modern interior design, and membership options range from its free-to-join Altitude membership, which includes premium catering credits and flexible cancellation to the Grand Summit Membership that includes 10% off flight rates, 8% off car services and a $200 daily premium catering credit. GrandView has a zero accident or incident history.

With the recent expansion, it now has bases in Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, and Scottsdale.

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When was GrandView Aviation founded?


Who owns GrandView Aviation?


Who is the CEO of GrandView Aviation?

Jerry Edwards

How are GrandView Aviation aircraft sourced?

Owned fleet of Embraer Phenom 300s

What are GrandView Aviation’s initiation and membership fees?


What is GrandView Aviation’s entry-level program?

$7,500 and then pay-as-you-fly

Does GrandView Aviation provide guaranteed availability?


Is the hourly rate guaranteed?

Yes, with rates based on total flying hours including repositioning from its bases in Chicago Executive, Austin, Texas or Martin State Airport, Maryland

Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?

Based on availability

What is the company website?

Where is GrandView Aviation’s headquarters?

Baltimore, MD

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