Flexjet has been a leader in fractional shares and offers two attractive jet card programs, and is now bulking up its lifestyle partnerships
Flexjet has been a style leader in the private aviation category with its owner-like designed cabin interiors, part of its Red Label Collection, as well as rolling out its own dedicated private jet terminals. Now it is helping its customers style up as well via a new partnership with one of Italy’s most respected men’s fashion houses, ISAIA.
The Kansas-based private aviation company sells fractional shares, leases and jet cards
The Kansas City Chiefs announced yesterday announced that NFL football team has signed a long-term partnership agreement with Executive AirShare which will make the privately owned aircraft service provider the club’s first-ever Official Private Aircraft Services Partner.
With a fleet ranging from the Super Midsize Bombardier Challenger 350 to the ultra-long-range Global Express 6000 and a jet card called the Program, VistaJet is focused on the worldwide traveler. But, who are they?
With a fleet of large and long-range aircraft and a jet card price which likely starts at about $600,000 (Vista Jet’s program requires 50 hours of flying and hourly private jet cost estimated to start at $12,000) you’re probably talking about different missions than say the Pilatus PC-12 or a King Air 350 user. But who are VistaJet’s customers? As part of a report on who flies privately produced jointly with Wealth-X, a research firm specializing in Ultra High Net Worth families, there is some interesting information.
By using private jet terminals, Surf Air can cut total travel time by more than half
Less than six months after taking flight, the all you can fly membership airline is making a big move, just a short distance, moving its London operations some 50 miles from Luton Airport to London City Airport in December. Initially, the schedule will feature the same weekday daily nonstops to Zurich with plans to go double daily in the coming months, CEO Simon Talling-Smith tells Private Jet Card Comparisons. He adds, “We will be operating our first (Pilatus) PC-12s from the Zurich base into Luxembourg and Munich (and) we’re also looking carefully at Zurich-Frankfurt and Zurich-Brussels.”
Surf Air has launched in Europe, and it has a big opportunity, particularly for Londoners, but it will need to get its act together to make sure it fulfills its potential. Its first flight was last Friday on June 23, according to several reports.