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.
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NetJets Inc. is the worldwide leader in private aviation with the largest and most diverse private jet fleet in the world. Established in 1964 as the world’s first private jet charter and management company, NetJets has been on the forefront of consumer trends and innovation since its inception.
In 1986, the company pioneered the sharing economy with the concept of fractional aircraft ownership—inspiring future businesses like Uber. Today, NetJets is positioned for continued growth, offering a full range of private aviation solutions that serve the needs of high net worth individuals and businesses. Those services include: fractional share ownership, leasing, and jet cards through businesses bearing the NetJets®, Executive Jet Management, and Marquis Jet Card service brands in North America and Europe.
Influenced by the wisdom of Berkshire Hathaway, NetJets doesn’t view innovation as a single, massive initiative. Instead, the company seeks intentional, incremental innovation designed for long-term growth, and not short-term wins. That’s how NetJets has been able to scale from one aircraft to more than 700 in its fleet without its Owners sacrificing nimble service. While other private airlines have come and gone, this approach has allowed NetJets to remain the preeminent private aviation solution for more than 50 years.
But NetJets isn’t a solution for all travelers. While other companies seek to democratize private aviation, NetJets is in a category all its own. With an unyielding focus on safety and service, NetJets charges a premium worthy of the investment. The company can scale its business without sacrificing operational excellence, and it has an exemplary safety record—not by chance, but by design. Recommended by Fortune 500 CEOs, A-list celebrities, and world-class athletes, NetJets’ service meets and exceeds the incredible needs and high standards of the world’s most notable travelers—all of whom depend on NetJets to make the impossible, possible.
For more information on NetJets customer programs and services, please visit netjets.com.
NetJets Executive Overview
When was NetJets founded?
Who owns NetJets?
Who is the CEO of NetJets?
How are NetJets aircraft sourced?
Its fractional ownership fleet
What are NetJets’ initiation and membership fees?
There are no initiation and membership fees for NetJets and Marquis Jet jet card programs.
What is NetJets’ entry-level program?
Jet cards start at 25 hours with the entry-level an Embraer Phenom 300 NetJets Elite Card at $189,000, including 7.5% FET and fuel. Its Citation Excel/XLS Marquis Jet card is $209,000 excluding fuel surcharges and 7.5% Federal Excise Tax Its NetJets Elite Citation Excel/XLS card includes both fuel and FET and is priced at $215,000 but includes more peak days and longer lead time for reservations.
Does NetJets provide guaranteed availability?
Yes, with exceptions
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?
What is the company website?
Where is NetJets’s headquarters?