Executive Air Share sells fractional shares, leases and Jet Cards by the day instead of the hour
Keith Plumb is leaving Executive AirShare, the company he co-founded in 2000 and where he has been serving as president and CEO since 2014 after seven years as president and COO. Plumb is scheduled to leave his current post in the next 30 to 60 days as part of a transition plan and will remain as CEO until that point.
Executive Airshare’s EMBARK jet card program is denominated by days instead of the typical hours
Fractional share and jet card provider Executive AirShare has released an updated app available on the App Store for iOS devices allowing customers of the nation’s third-largest fractional aircraft provider a convenient way to communicate with their pilots and crew prior to each flight. Additionally, shareowners can quickly locate past and future trip itineraries, and view arrival and departure information. The company’s jet card program is branded EMBARK and is based on days and hours instead of the traditional hours metric.
Regional fractional provider Executive AirShare is launching EMBARK, a membership program for flying 10 flight days a year with no long-term commitment. The program enables customers to select a renewable one-year term or 20 total flight days they can take up to two years to use. The company, which was founded in 2000, had previously been using the “per day” model to sell fractional shares. It is an ISB-AO certified operator.