Directional Aviation’s OneSky Flight, parent of Flexjet and Sentient, says it is targeting managed helicopter fleets, this time adding a U.K.-based operator
Flexjet, the second-largest fractional fleet operator, and sister Sentient Jet, a leader in jet cards, now have a second helicopter operator in the OneSky Flight portfolio. Halo Aviation Ltd., an operator in the United Kingdom, follows the acquisition earlier this year of Associated Aircraft Group (AAG). The latter operates Sikorsky helicopters in the Northeastern U.S.
Directional Aviation includes Flexjet, Sentient, FXAIR, PrivateFly, and more than a dozen private aviation B2B companies. Recently, its founder Kenn Ricci was the subject of an in-depth profile by Corporate Jet Investor. Here are the highlights…
Recently Corporate Jet Investor took a deep look at Kenn Ricci, the founder of Directional Aviation, home for a host of private aviation providers from consumer brands such as Flexjet, Sentient Jet, FXAIR, and PrivateFly to a host of B2B companies. Below is an excerpt of highlights reprinted with permission.
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Founded in 2020, FXAIR is part of Directional Aviation’s family of companies created by private aviation entrepreneur Ken Ricci, including Flexjet, Sentient Jet, PrivateFly, Tuvoli, FXAir, jet remanufacturer Nextant Aerospace and jet sales company Sojourn Aviation. It offers premium on-demand private jet charter and its Aviator charter membership.
When was the company founded?
Who owns FXAIR?
Who is the CEO?
Andrew Collins is CEO; Gregg Slow is president
How are the aircraft sourced?
Charter operators and Flexjet's fleet
What are the initiation and membership fees?
What is the entry-level program?
$100,000 for its Aviator membership
Does Aviator provide guaranteed availability?
No, except for its Coast-to-Coast product
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
No, it uses dynamic pricing
Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?