Climb Executive Overview

Year Founded



Salt Lake City, Utah


Brandon Solomon


David Smith

Board Member

Stephen Neeleman

Board Member

David Neeleman


Jet Card Hourly Rates

Pilatus PC-12 from $3,995 per hour, plus FET

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Climb Inc. was a Pilatus PC-12 membership jet card using a pay-as-you-go model.

Its initial product was the Clear Jet Card.

It offered guaranteed availability on 72 hours’ notice in a Primary Service Area of Western States. Hourly rates start at $3,995, plus a 7.5% Federal Excise Tax.

It shut down in March 2022 with plans to restart.

However, in August 2022, it said the restart plans subsequently dropped.

JetBlue and Breeze founder David Neeleman served as an advisor to Climb.

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Climb Fast Facts

When was Climb founded?

Climb started flying at the end of 2021 and shut down in early 2022.

Who owns Climb?

Privately held

How many customers does Climb have?

Not disclosed

What are the annual revenues for Climb?

Not disclosed

Who is the CEO of Climb?

Brandon Solomon is the CEO. David Neeleman, who started JetBlue, Azul, and Breeze, serves as an advisor.

How does Climb source private jets?

Climb is a broker and uses third-party operators.

How much does Climb private jet programs cost?

Hourly rates on a Pilatus PC-12 being at $3,995 per hour, plus FET.

What type of pricing does Climb offer?

Fixed hourly rates with guaranteed availability.

What is Climb's website?

There is not currently an active website.

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