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EJM’s jet card program is currently on hiatus
Berkshire Hathaway’s Executive Jet Management (EJM) is a subsidiary of NetJets, Inc.
EJM operates a fleet of over 200 managed private jets, many available for charter.
Its pilots average 9,000 flight hours of experience.
Combined with NetJets, EJM is the largest U.S. private jet operator based on charter and fractional flight hours.
Before the 2021 surge of Covid private jet travel, it offered its jet program in response to clients requiring guaranteed pricing and a fast, easy process to book their jet charter travel.
The program started with a $100,000 deposit.
It was suspended in August 2021.
EJM is a subsidiary of NetJets, Inc., and part of Berkshire Hathaway.
As of 2021, EJM said it flies over 86,000 passengers annually.
EJM does not disclose revenue.
Brian Hirsch is President of Executive Jet Management; Adam Johnson is CEO of NetJets, Inc.
EJM sources aircraft from private jets it manages for their owners.
EJM has a fleet of over 200 private jets. NetJets, Inc., including NetJets has over 800 private jets as of 2023.
The entry-level jet card program requires a $100,000 deposit.
Fixed-rates with guaranteed availability