Air Sprint

Air Sprint Executive Overview

Year Founded

2000

Headquarters

Calgary, Canada

Leadership

Judson T. Macor

Founder & Chairman

Michael N. Knapp

Vice Chairman & General Counsel

James A. Elian

President & CEO

Mary Vanderkooi

CFO

Jared Williams

COO

Scott Wenz

Vice President, Sales & Marketing

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AirSprint offers fractional ownership


AirSprint is a Canadian fractional private jet flight provider.

It was founded in 2000 by Judson Macor and Phil Dewsnap; two pilots turned lawyers who envisioned an option between full ownership and airline flights.

The company has 17 light and midsize private jets, including Textron’s CJ2+ and CJ3+ and Embraer’s Legacy 450, and Praetor 500.

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Air Sprint Fast Facts

When was Air Sprint founded?

2000

Who owns Air Sprint?

AirSprint is privately held.

How many customers does Air Sprint have?

AirSprint has around 200 fractional customers. 

What are the annual revenues for Air Sprint?

Revenues are estimated at $60 million in 2022.

Who is the CEO of Air Sprint?

James A. Elian is President & CEO.

How does Air Sprint source private jets?

Airplanes are sourced from AirSprint’s fractionally owned fleet of 17 private jets. 

How many airplanes, what types of planes are in Air Sprint fleet?

AirSprint has Cessna CJ2 and CJ3 light jets and Embraer Legacy 450 and Praetor 500 midsize jets. 

How much does Air Sprint private jet programs cost?

AirSprint fractional ownership starts at 25 hours with a 1/16th share of a Citation CJ3+ priced at $330,000, annual management of $98,883, and occupied hourly rate of $2,046.

What type of pricing does Air Sprint offer?

Fixed-hourly rates with guaranteed availability

What is Air Sprint's website?

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