The light jet operator has decided to continue its jet card business under a single brand
Exec 1 Aviation, which just last year launched DashJet as a
brokerage arm, has now folded it under the mother brand. The move, which took
place in March was driven by litigation threats from a major aviation company
that was using the Dash brand for cargo, as well as a branding decision.
“Everything that DashJet was doing now exists under Exec 1 Aviation,” says Katherine Forst, director of customer engagement.
Exec 1 Aviation (formerly DashJet) is an Iowa-based light jet Part 135 operator offering a national fixed-rate, as available program and a custom jet card on its floating fleet of refurbished Hawker 400XPs.
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When was it founded?
Who owns Exec 1 Aviation?
Who is the CEO?
How are the aircraft sourced?
The Exec 1 Beechjet 400 fleet and charter operators
What are the initiation and membership fees?
There are no initiation or membership fees
What is Exec 1 Aviation’s entry-level program?
While its card programs start at 25 hours, it offers a 10-hour introductory jet card and custom options
Do they provide guaranteed availability?
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?