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.
Bill Papariella, Chief Executive Officer Jonah Adler, Chief Commercial & Marketing Officer Allen Ramsey, Chief Financial Officer Araceli Leon, Chief Experience Officer Steve Malvest, Chief Business Officer Gary Waldman, Chief Business Development Officer Jim Potter, Chief Pilot Kevin Potter, President, Jet Edge Partners Robert Austin, President of Fleet Operations Adam Parnes, Director of Maintenance Lynn Sloan, Director of Operations David Cox, Senior Vice President, Fleet Operations Cary Aquila, Senior Vice President, Safety and Security Greg Johnson, Senior Vice President, Aircraft Management Sales Chris Brothers, Managing Partner
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Jet Edge was launched in 2007 to service UHNW and corporate aircraft owners via management. It was started by former executives of NetJets, Marquis Jet Partners, and Sentient Jet. It holds the highest safety ratings from all three major auditors: Wyvern Wingman, ARGUS Platinum, IS-BAO Stage 3. In 2020, it launched Jet Edge Reserve, its version of a jet card program starting at $100,000. In 2020, it expanded by acquiring Jet Select. Review private jet fractional and membership company M&A activity with our PRIVATE AVIATION DEAL BOOK.). It is the ninth-largest Part 135 charter operator in the U.S. Its fleet includes two Boeing Business Jet VIP Airliners.
When was it founded?
Jet Edge was founded in 2007 by former NetJets, Marquis Jet, and Sentient Jet executive Bill Papariella