Magellan Jets

Magellan Jets Executive Overview

Year Founded



Quincy, MA


Joshua Herbert

Chief Executive Officer

Anthony Tivnan


Matthew Harris

EVP, Chief Operating Officer

Gregory Belezerian

Founder and Vice President

Josh Lesnick

Chief Commerical Officer

Terrence Truta

Chief Technology Officer

Todd Goldstein

Head of Sports & Entertainment

Thomas Harrison

Board of Directors

Jet Card Hourly Rates

Light jets from $6,343 per hour, including FET

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Quincy, Massachusetts-based Magellan Jets was launched in 2008 by Joshua Herbert, who serves as CEO, and Anthony Tivnan, who serves as president.

The broker uses a network of pre-qualified aircraft.

In 2019, it relaunched its jet card program, eliminating peak-day surcharges, introducing a Phenom 300 option, including Federal Excise Tax in rates, and adding a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Its jet cards offer a number of semi-specific aircraft choices instead of cabin categories. In 2021, it added jet cards on the Citation CJ3 and Challenger 605 to its line-up.

It offers deicing insurance for a nominal fee with all jet cards.

In 2020 the company launched a pay-as-you-go membership

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Magellan Jets Fast Facts

When was Magellan Jets founded?


Who owns Magellan Jets?

Magellan Jets is privately owned.

How many customers does Magellan Jets have?

Not disclosed.

What are the annual revenues for Magellan Jets?

$120 million in 2022.

Who is the CEO of Magellan Jets?

Joshua Hebert

How does Magellan Jets source private jets?

Magellan Jets uses aircraft from third-party operators. It has also started a management division to provide additional inventory for its jet card customers.

How much does Magellan Jets private jet programs cost?

Magellan Jets offers a pay-as-you-go membership and jet cards starting at 15 hours.

What type of pricing does Magellan Jets offer?

Magellan Jets offer fixed-hourly rates.

What is Magellan Jets's website?

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