Airshare says the multi-media campaign that tweaks Wheels Up is already ringing the phone with prospects who hadn’t considered the Lenexa-based Phenom 300 and Phenom 100 operator
Lenexa, Kansas-based Airshare, has a message for Wheels Up. It’s not democratizing private jet travel. It’s not a platform, and it’s not busy going public. Its message to prospects, however, is clear. It is focused on business travelers, particularly those who are making multiple stops on same-day and overnight trips.
Lenexa, Kansas-based Airshare, offers fractional shares, leases, and jet cards on Embraer Phenom 300s and Phenom 100s using a by-the-day formula instead of the typical hourly model. As of Fall 2021, it is adding super midsize Challenger 350s to its fleet.
Pro golf legend Tom Watson says, “The reason I switched to Airshare is economics. It saves you money and provides efficiency without downgrading safety or service.”
Its current lead ambassador is Super Bowl champion and MVP Patrick Mahomes. The company also offers aircraft management.
Airshare serves clients located within 120 nautical miles of Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Fort Worth, Dallas, TX; Oklahoma City, Tulsa, OK; Kansas City, Wichita, KS; Denver, CO; St. Louis, MO; Chicago, IL; Indianapolis, IN, and Buffalo, NY. This includes Cincinnati, OH, Louisville, KY, and Milwaukee, WI, and Toronto, Canada.
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