Jet Edge is rolling out its AdvantEdge aircraft management program nationally, including a tier specifically targeting fractional shareowners
Los Angeles-based Jet Edge plans to shake up the world of aircraft management, which it claims “lacks innovation.” Its rebranded AdvantEdge program, relaunched this morning, will fly on the back of a $150 million credit facility from KKR.
The aircraft sales arm of top 10 charter operator Jet Edge has joined IADA, the trade group for sellers of private aircraft
Jet Edge Partners, the aircraft sales and acquisitions arm of Jet Edge International, has been designated as an accredited aircraft dealer by the International Aircraft Dealers Association.
With the home team playing in the Big Game and COVID-19 putting a damper on travel, private jet arrivals to Tampa area airports were significantly down this year
Like the Kansas City Chiefs, private jets didn’t fare well against Tom Brady and his hometown Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to data from Argus TRAQPak.
Jet Edge, which specializes in the management of large and super-midsize aircraft, says it will use the funds for “a number of strategic initiatives.”
Jet Edge, a major player in the management of super-midsize and large-cabin private jets, said it has secured a $60 million investment from Solace Capital Partners to support its continued growth. The company said it has “grown significantly over the past several years.” It now has a fleet of 50 large-cabin and super-midsize aircraft, including Bombardier, Dassault, Embraer, and Gulfstream jets in its managed fleet with 425 employees.