The private jet operator says it is on track to launch its fractional share, lease and jet card offerings in Europe
More plans are expected to be disclosed in the second quarter of this year
Flexjet’s long-planned expansion into Europe is still on track, the company told Private Jet Card Comparisons.
Several pilots commenting on chat board PPRuNe, which stands for Professional Pilot Rumor Network, had raised the question if Flexjet’s Europe launch was on hold.
Instead of the traditional hours-based approach, World Access starts at 75 days per year and is priced based on a quarter share
In perhaps one of the more innovative private aviation programs we’ve seen recently, Flexjet is moving its Gulfstream G650 fractional share and lease program from hours to a day based formula.
While the day-based approach on the surface mirrors what Airshare has been offering on its fleet of Phenom 300s and 100s for several years, it’s the first time we’ve seen it being applied to large cabin aircraft. It also amps up the competition between NetJets, VistaJet and Flexjet in the fight for high-spending ultra-long haul private jet fliers.