Last week Flexjet announced it was launching a new program adding to its offering of jet cards, fractional ownership and leases
Corporate Solutions by Flexjet is the newest program from the Cleveland-based operator, in this case offering travelers access to the company’s fleet of private aircraft flown by crews dedicated to a single aircraft, part of its Red Label brand. The goal, according to the announcement, is to partner with corporate flight departments to enhance capabilities and efficiencies while maintaining the high standards expected by their executives. The new division will focus its expertise on corporate flight departments that maintain and operate their own fleet of aircraft. Flexjet says it already serves several Fortune 1000 companies with a combination of supplemental lift and consultation to achieve more effective utilization of their existing fleets.
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.
Flexjet jet cards start at 25 hours for the Embraer Phenom 300 and Bombardier Challenger 300
Flexjet LLC which sells fractional shares, leases and Jet Cards has partnered with Go Rentals, an elite car rental service company that exclusively serves the private jet industry. In a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons, the Cleveland-based aviation company said, “Not only will the alignment of the two companies benefit Flexjet Owners, but the relationship will also inspire and enhance unique experiences hosted by both companies.”
The fractional share and jet card seller has long been a major sponsor of major athletes and sporting events
NetJets sponsors a multitude of high-end athletes and maintains sponsorships with the PGA, over 30 tour pro golfers, and even its hometown hockey team in Columbus, Ohio. Now the largest private jet operator in the world is going horses so to speak by adding the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) plus the Global Dressage Festival and the International Polo Club to its sponsorships.
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