Jet It CEO Glenn Gonzalez emailed customers, ‘We have done our best to shield you from Honda’s ineptitude, but our shield has worn through’
In a letter sent to its fractional share owners last week, Jet It CEO Glenn Gonzalez, a Honda Aircraft Company sales director before founding the fractional operator in 2018 as a HondaJet platform, blasted his former employer, saying Jet It has done its “best to shield you from Honda’s ineptitude.”
North Carolina-based fractional share operator Jet It is adding Embraer’s Phenom 300 and Praetor 500 to its offerings
Jet It is planning to launch a fractional ownership program with Embraer, adding the Phenom 300 and Praetor 500, according to a presentation and correspondence reviewed by Private Jet Card Comparisons.
Jet It Overview
|Leadership||Glenn Gonzales, Founder, CEO|
Vishal Hiremath, Founder, President
Chris Crawford, Chief Operating Officer
Henry Kim, Chief Commercial Officer
Dr. Akir Khan, VP of Strategy
Duncan Jones, VP of Sales
|Headquarters||Greensboro, North Carolina|
|Fractional Ownership Aircraft||HondaJet HA-420, Gulfstream G150, Phenom 300|
|Related Products||On-demand charter|
|Related Companies||JetClub, Jet It Canada, Jet It Europe|
Greensboro, North Carolina-based Jet It offers fractional ownership in the HondaJet very light jet and Phenom 300 using a by-the-days format.
Fractional owners can use their shares for multiple flights on the same day, including waiting time.
Shares start at 25 days per year.
Since launching in 2018, the company has expanded to Canada and Europe using HondaJet.
In 2021, it added the Gulfstream G150 providing owners with a transcontinental option.
In October 2022, it said it would transition to the Phenom 300 as its fractional ownership platform.
The company was founded by CEO Glenn Gonzalez, a former executive with Honda Aircraft Company and a demonstration pilot with Gulfstream Aerospace.