Hopscotch Air

Hopscotch Air Executive Overview

Year Founded

2009

Headquarters

Farmingdale, NY

Leadership

Andrew Schmertz

CEO

Jet Card Hourly Rates

Rates are based on routes

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Hopscotch Air offers a Cirrus SR22 single-engine piston membership program covering the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic with fixed-route rates under the ClubScotch banner. Each aircraft carries up to three passengers.

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When was Hopscotch Air founded?

2009

Who owns Hopscotch Air?

Private

Who is the CEO of Hopscotch Air?

Andrew Schmertz

How are Hopscotch Air’s aircraft sourced?

Hopscotch Air owns the aircraft it uses

What are Hopscotch Air’s initiation and membership fees?

$3,900

What is Hopscotch Air’s entry-level program?

Hopscotch Air’s jet card is a pay as you go program with fixed, flat rates by route

Does Hopscotch Air provide guaranteed availability?

No

Is the hourly rate guaranteed?

Yes – rates are fixed by route

Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?

Yes

What is the company website?

Where is Hopscotch Air’s headquarters?

Farmingdale, NY

Hopscotch Air Fast Facts

When was Hopscotch Air founded?

2009

Who owns Hopscotch Air?

It’s privately held.

How many customers does Hopscotch Air have?

Not disclosed.

What are the annual revenues for Hopscotch Air?

Not disclosed.

Who is the CEO of Hopscotch Air?

Andrew Schmertz

How does Hopscotch Air source private jets?

Fly Hopscotch uses an owned and leased fleet of single-engine Cirrus SF22 piston aircraft.

How much does Hopscotch Air private jet programs cost?

Club Scotch starts at $50,000.

What type of pricing does Hopscotch Air offer?

Club Scotch offers fixed route rates.

What is Hopscotch Air's website?

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