By-the-day fractional and jet card operator Airshare is pausing both new jet card sales and renewals with plans to restart as soon as possible
Add Airshare, the 10th largest operator measured by fractional and charter hours, to the list of providers who have put a hold on selling jet cards.
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Pilots-in-command can earn up to $150,000 under a new pay structure by fractional and jet card operator Airshare
As the industry faces supply challenges, pilot attrition and shortages, Airshare is hiking pay for its flight crews.
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Airshare has launched a second TV ad targeting Wheels Up in its campaign to win over business travelers
The bad blood and sniping between NetJets and Flexjet may have competition. Or at least, that could be the result as Lenexa, Kansas-based Airshare, launched a second television spot attacking larger rival Wheels Up.
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The addition of the Challenger 350s will double Airshare’s fractional fleet as it eyes expansion into the Northeastern U.S.
Phenom light jet operator Airshare moves into the super-midsize aircraft category, announcing a firm order for three Bombardier Challenger 350s. It adds options for 17 more, meaning it will add as many as 20 new aircraft. Based on Conklin & De Decker’s estimated price of $27 million per unit, the deal is worth $540 million. Airshare currently operates a fleet of 20 Phenom 300s and 100s for its fractional share and jet card program. Additionally, it manages 26 aircraft for owners.
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