The private jet fractional, lease and jet card provider is on a hiring spree for pilots in Europe
While there has been chatter for a while that Flexjet was readying the launch of a program to target customers in Europe, an announcement is apparently getting closer, the company confirmed.
In the past two weeks Flexjet posted openings for captains and first officers based in Amsterdam, Basel, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Cologne, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Edinburgh, Geneva, London, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Nice, Paris, Stuttgart, Vienna, and Zurich.
Flexjet CEO Mike Silvestro covered a wide range of topics during an appearance on Fox Business Channel earlier this week
Speaking on Mornings with Maria earlier this week, Flexjet
CEO Mike Silvestro covered a wide range of topics related to business aviation,
including attempts to Uberize private jet travel, fractional ownership and
leases, safety in the aftermath of Boeing MAX, market growth and potential.
Flexjet is already a significant Gulfstream operator and has been ramping up its expansion plans for Europe
A report last Friday by Corporate Jet Investor (CJI)
speculated that Flexjet might be readying a billion-dollar order with
Gulfstream. The item came after Phebe Novakovic, CEO of General Dynamics,
parent of the business jet manufacturer, told analysts the division was working
on a big deal and it was with an existing customer.
According to two separate reports in Aviation International News, VistaJet and Flexjet have growth on their minds
Two key players in the fractional ownership, lease and jet card space VistaJet and Flexjet are both planning potentially significant expansion plans, according to aviation trade journal Aviation International News.