Climb promised to revolutionize private aviation. JetBlue and Breeze founder David Neeleman is an advisor. It already suspended operations
David Neeleman is best known as the founder of JetBlue and now Breeze. He’s credited with starting five airlines and bringing multiple innovations. He and his family members have been advising Utah-based Climb Inc, which promises to disrupt private aviation. Months after its initial launch, Climb has already suspended operations, although it is promising to return.
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Health concerns and lower lead price points through private jet membership programs may help boost business aviation
FBOs (private jet terminals) are seeing business down as much as 95%. The overall flight industry was tracking at 80% below 2019 levels in the first two weeks of April. Surprisingly, many in the industry are bullish about recovery.
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