The world’s largest private jet operator has signed a memorandum of understanding to buy up to 150 Lilium eVTOLs for its U.S. and European fractional ownership programs
NetJets is jumping into the market of first-generation electric vertical vehicles. The unit of Berkshire Hathaway has signed a memorandum of understanding with Lilium to buy up to 150 of the zero emissions aircraft.
Brian Hirsh, President Barbara Telek, Chief Financial Officer Dennis Fox, VP Safety Steve Jackson, VP, Director of Operations Julie Anderson, SVP, Owner Services Chris Poliak, SVP, Aircraft Maintenance Michael, Sylvester, SVP, Managed Aircraft Sales Stephanie Stewart, SVP, Charter Solutions
Berkshire Hathaway’s Executive Jet Management (EJM) is a subsidiary of NetJets. It developed its Cabin Class Jet Card program in response to clients who require guaranteed pricing and a fast, easy process to book their jet charter travel. The program starts with a $100,000 deposit. It is one of the largest Part 135 operators in the U.S.
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When was Executive Jet Management founded?
Who owns EJM?
Executive Jet Management (EJM) is a subsidiary of publicly listed Berkshire Hathaway
Who is the CEO?
Brian Hirsh is president
How are their aircraft sourced?
Executive Jet Management a management company
What are the initiation and membership fees?
What is Executive Jet Management’s entry-level program?
Executive Jet Management’s entry level jet card program starts at $100,000
Does EJM provide guaranteed availability?
Yes, 315 days per year
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?