Gross profit of £17.2 million was “stronger than levels anticipated at the time of AGM”
U.K.-based charter and jet card broker Air Partner said its gross profit was £17.2 million for the first half of its financial year, which ended in July. It said the results are “in line with prior period and stronger than levels anticipated at the time of AGM.”
Air Partner sells jet cards with fixed hourly rates that cover Europe, and North America, including the Caribbean and Mexico. During the summer, it introduced one-way transatlantic fixed rates starting with just a 10-hour commitment.
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Air Partner’s JetCard program comprises just a portion of the broad aviation offerings of the 60-year-old organization, which handles all aspects of flight services from freight charter to travel planning to group charter and charter on-demand. The company is based at Gatwick Airport in the UK and Ft. Lauderdale in the U.S.
When was Air Partner founded?
Who owns Air Partner?
It is publicly traded in the U.K.
Who is the CEO?
How are Air Partner aircraft sourced?
Air Partner is a broker and sources aircraft from approved charter operators
What are the initiation and membership fees?
There are no initiation or membership fees
What is the entry-level program?
Jet Cards start at 10 hours or $53,000
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?