Charter and jet card broker Leviate Air Group is now an accredited aircraft dealer through the International Aircraft Dealers Association
Leviate Air Group has been accepted as an accredited aircraft dealer by the International Aircraft Dealers Association. The company includes a Part 135 operator and management arm, a charter brokerage with jet cards, and preowned aircraft sales.
Leviate offers management, whole aircraft sales, and is expanding its charter brokerage by formalizing its FlyNext jet card
When Leviate Air Group founder Luis Barros graduated from Ohio State University’s aviation program, he had job offers from market leader NetJets and Jet Select, which at the time was managing just four aircraft.
Horizon Air Group acquired Addison, Texas-based World Class Jet (dba Starbase Jet), including its Part 135 charter certificate in 2017, and in 2018 rebranded as Leviate Air Group. There are currently 8 aircraft under management: 1 Cj2, 2 XLS, a Challenger 601, 1 Legacy 600, 1 GIVSP, 1 G450, 1 G550.
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When was the company founded?
Who owns Leviate Air Group?
The company is privately held
Who is the CEO?
How are their aircraft sourced?
Leviate is a management company and broker
What are the initiation and membership fees?
What is Leviate Air Group’s entry-level program?
The entry level jet card program starts at $150,000
Does Leviate provide guaranteed availability?
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?