Jet card inventor Sentient exits the storm, ready for the next chapter

Andrew Collins Sentient

After a challenging year, Sentient Jet CEO Andrew Collins is preparing for an IPO in 2023 and more innovation

Sentient Jet racked up $40 million in sales last month, a combination of new customers and renewals. It’s a pace that indicates demand to fly privately will likely remain high. It also indicates the company that invented the jet card in 1999 has navigated the past year’s storms.

Private jet IPOs beg the question: Does stock price matter for customers?

private jet ipos

Wheels Up’s IPO day investors saw share price fall over 80%. Yet, the private jet provider has more members than ever. Does stock price matter for flyers?

What a difference a year makes, particularly for Wheels Up. And what’s ahead for Flexjet and FlyExclusive now that they plan to become publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange?

FlyExclusive follows Wheels Up, Flexjet with IPO plans

Jim Segrave

North Carolina-based FlyExclusive is planning a SPAC merger with E.G. Acquisition Corp. as it plans to grow its fractional and charter fleet to 154 aircraft by 2024

FlyExclusive is the latest major jet card and fractional flight provider to jump into the public markets.

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