Delta Private Jets, Inc.: Delta Private Jets, Inc., is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Wheels Up Group as of January 2020. The company is based at the Wheels Up Jet Center at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in Erlanger, Kentucky. Delta Air Lines, after the transaction, is the largest shareholder of Wheels Up Group. Its programs have now been merged into Wheels Up
About Delta Private Jets
When was the company founded?
Who owns Delta Private Jets?
Wheels Up Group. Delta Air Lines is the largest single shareholder, with a 26% interest which will go to 20% after the Wheels Up IPO.
Who is the CEO of Delta Private Jets?
Rex Bevis is President of Delta Private Jets. Kenny Dichter is CEO of Wheel Up, its parent company.
How are aircraft sourced?
Aircraft Delta Private Jets manages for their owners, and the Wheels Up managed fleet, plus approved charter operators
What are Delta Private Jets’ initiation and membership fees?
The Wheels Up program starts at $2,950
What is its entry-level program?
Delta Private Jets is now selling the Wheels Up programs, with Connect membership starting at $2,950
Does Delta Private Jets provide guaranteed availability?
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?
Yes, except for Peak Days
What is the company website?
Where is Delta Private Jets’ headquarters?
Erlanger, KY with Wheels Up headquarters in New York City, NY
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