FlyExclusive adds Europe, Hawaii, and Alaska

FlyExclusive

After launching a Jet Card program in April, the company is now adding a long-haul Gulfstream GIV-SP on-demand charter option

Plans call for a large-cabin, fixed-rate Jet Card program by year’s end

LGM Enterprises, the parent company of flyExclusive, said it has launched flyExclusive International. The move adds on-demand, long-range global service to its growing portfolio private jet charter and jet card options.

Flyers can now travel to Europe, Hawaii, Alaska, and other points. Customers will have access to Gulfstream GIV-SP aircraft with seating capacity for up to 16 passengers.

FlyExclusive sets discounted pricing for JetSuite jet card customers

FlyExclusive

The private jet charter operator launched its first jet card program last week

Light jet hourly rates are as low as $3,096 for SuiteKey customers, based on their balances when JetSuite entered Chapter 11

North Carolina-based Part 135 private jet charter operator FlyExclusive is making an offer to JetSuite’s SuiteKey customers impacted by its bankruptcy.

FlyExclusive buys Gulfstream operator

FlyExclusive

Fast-growing FlyExlusive is adding the first large-cabin, long-range private jets to its fleet of light, midsize, and super-midsize aircraft

North Carolina-based flyExclusive, the eighth largest Part 135 charter operator in the U.S., said it is acquiring Sky Night LLC, an owner, and operator of Gulfstream aircraft.

FlyExclusive

flyexclusive

FlyExclusive Executive Overview

Year Founded2014
LeadershipJim Segrave, Founder and CEO
Mike Guina, Chie Strategy Officer
Tommy Sowers, President and Chief Operating Officer
Josh Golden, VP, Client Services
Brandon Greene, SVP, Fleet Development
Brad Blettner, Chief Revenue Officer
Brent Smith, Chief Financial Officer
Bill Tollison, SVP Maintenance Repair Operations
Steve Pawlak, SVP Maintenance
David Ivy, SVP, Engineering
Douglas Manfredi, SVP, Operations
HeadquartersKinston, North Carolina
Jet Card Hourly RatesLight jets from $2,900 per hour, including FET, plus a $6,000 daily access fee
Related ProductsAircraft Partnerships, Fractional Ownership, On-demand Charters, Empty Legs, Dedicated Aircraft, Corporate Solutions
Related CompaniesLGM Enterprises, Jetstream Aviation,

At the end of 2021, FlyExclusive moved from the seventh-largest private jet charter operator to the fourth spot. It has since climbed into the fifth spot in our Top 30 list based on flight hours through June 2021.

Founded by Jim Segrave, who previously sold Segrave Aviation to Delta Air Lines in 2010, the company has plans to increase its current fleet of over 80 private jets to 100 aircraft.

Its Jet Club membership program launched in May 2020 features light, midsize, and super-midsize private jets.

The Club was revamped in October 2021 with an expanded service area and the flexibility to book up fixed rates up to 24 hours before departure.

In April 2021, the company placed its first new aircraft order for 30 Citation CJ3+ models. It also announced a fractional ownership program.

FlyExclusive is included in the Private Jet Card Comparisons’ database of over 50 jet card providers, enabling you to compare programs in minutes.

When was it founded?
2014
Who owns it?
Privately held
Who is the CEO?
Mike Guina
How are the aircraft sourced?
FlyExclusive owns and leases its fleet

FlyExclusive Fleet (April 2022)

AircraftSizeNumber in Fleet
Citation EncoreLight Jet10
Citation CJ3Light Jet11
Citation Excel/XLSMidsize Jet39
Citation SovereignSuper Midsize Jet6
Citation XSuper Midsize Jet11
Gulfstream GIV-SPLarge Jet6
Source: FlyExclusive
What is Jet Club’s entry-level program?
$75,000 deposit
Do they provide guaranteed availability?
Yes
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Yes
What is the company website?
  https://www.flyexclusive.com/
Where is the headquarters?
Kinston, North Carolina

Contact a Sales Executive at FlyExclusive

Latest FlyExclusive News

The latest news and updates from FlyExclusive:

Loading…

Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.

%d bloggers like this: