Climb promised to revolutionize private aviation. JetBlue and Breeze founder David Neeleman is an advisor. It already suspended operations
David Neeleman is best known as the founder of JetBlue and now Breeze. He’s credited with starting five airlines and bringing multiple innovations. He and his family members have been advising Utah-based Climb Inc, which promises to disrupt private aviation. Months after its initial launch, Climb has already suspended operations, although it is promising to return.
Climb Inc is a Pilatus PC-12 membership jet card using a pay-as-you-go model. It offers guaranteed availability on 72 hours’ notice in a Primary Service Area of Western States. Hourly rates start at $3,995, plus 7.5% Federal Excise Tax.
Its Clear Membership jet card is included in the Private Jet Card Comparisons’ database of over 50 jet card providers, enabling you to compare programs in minutes.
When was the company founded?
Who owns Climb?
The company is privately held.
Who is the CEO?
Brandon Solomon is Founder. David Neeleman, founder of JetBlue, Morris Air, WestJet, Azul, and Breeze Airways is an Advisor
How are their aircraft sourced?
Climb is a broker
What are the initiation and membership fees?
Memberships start at $1,995, plus $495 initiation fee
What is the entry-level program?
Basic membership is pay-as-you, but doesn't offer guaranteed availability
Does the Climb PC-12 membership offer fixed or capped rate pricing?
Yes, capped rates stat at $3,995 per hour, plus FET