Q1 revenues for Wheels Up increased 24% to $325 million as adjusted EBITDA loss jumped to $49.4 million year-over-year
The story continues with Wheels Up. Revenues were up. Flying was up. Sales of funded accounts were up. And so were expenses, so the losses increased.
In its first move since being acquired by Wheels Up, Air Partner is making changes that could be significant based on your flying
Air Partner, which is now a division of Wheels Up Experience, yesterday unveiled major changes to its U.S. jet card program.
If you are headed to Europe this summer, these U.S. programs offer fixed hourly rates with guaranteed availability on both sides of the Atlantic
Airlines in Europe are having problems. Short of staff, they are canceling flights. British Airways has been short-handed, so they haven’t been able to load luggage on some flights. Flying private – what a great idea!
According to a notice on its website, Air Partner is now part of Wheels Up
Wheels Up closed on its acquisition of U.K.-based Air Partner. The $107 million deal was announced earlier this year on January 27.