NetJets/Marquis Jet: Columbus-based NetJets, a subsidiary of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, was founded in 1986. Owner and private aviation pioneer Richard Santulli created the concept of fractional ownership just prior to NetJet’s formal founding, and the company’s offerings now include private travel solutions from fractional ownership to leasing to the Marquis Jet Card.
When was NetJets founded?
Who owns NetJets?
NetJets is a subsidiary of Berkshire-Hathaway. Famed investor Warren Buffett is the CEO of the parent company.
Who is the CEO of NetJets?
Where is NetJets headquarters?
How many employees does NetJets have?
NetJets has over 6,000 employees. Parent Berkshire Hathaway has over 300,000 employees and also owns companies such as GEICO Auto Insurance and Fruit of the Loom Companies.
What is the service area for NetJets?
U.S. and Europe
Does the Marquis Jet card provide Guaranteed Availability?
Yes, with some exceptions
What is the minimum lead-time for making a reservation with NetJets’ Marquis Jet card?
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