The Berkshire Hathaway fractional jet operator affirmed it does not need government aid
In a letter to NetJets owners sent earlier today, its president Patrick Gallagher outlined company plans due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. He said business has been “down significantly.”
Gallagher told customers via email, “…This pandemic is affecting our business to a greater extent than any event since we were founded in May 1964.”
The largest private jet operator in the world continues its focus on lifestyle programs for its fractional share and jet card customers
Wine and private jets might not be quite like peanut butter and jelly, but they do seem to go together.
In the news section of its website, NetJets is highlighting its Vintner Circle Program.
Flexjet said it is undertaking a major upgrade and expansion
to its flight data monitoring capabilities. In partnership with GE Aviation,
Flexjet’s entire US-based fleet will transmit flight data wirelessly and
instantly upon touchdown. This initiative will strengthen the company’s safety
management system, the company said.
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.
Over the past two years, the Cleveland-based subsidiary of Directional Aviation has purchased U.K.-based operator Flairjet and jet card and on-demand charter broker PrivateFly
One thing is for sure. Flexjet is growing internationally and Europe is a key focus. Speaking to Guy Johnson and Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg Markets: European Close on October 12th Flexjet CEO Michael Silvestro noted that Brexit isn’t dampening the Cleveland-based fractional share, lease and jet card provider’s outlook on Europe.