Flexjet halts new jet card sales

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Flexjet is pausing jet card sales as fractional demand roars forward

With consumers ready to dive all-in to private flying and evaporating supply, Flexjet has halted accepting new jet card customers as of yesterday.

Flexjet makes carbon neutrality inclusive

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Flexjet is going carbon neutral with no surcharges to customers, including a 300% offset pledge in Europe

Flexjet says it has achieved carbon-neutral flight operations. The move comes via a partnership with 4Air, the rating system focused on sustainability in private aviation. Since January 2021, Flexjet has been purchasing credits to offset carbon emissions from all flights booked by its U.S.-based customers. Its verified credits will fund carbon offset projects. Those projects negate the impact of emissions generated by its aircraft at no additional expense to its customers.

Why Flexjet decided to launch Europe during a pandemic

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Flexjet Europe managing director Marine Eugene tells the story behind Flexjet’s surprise decision to move forward with its launch last year

One of private aviation’s worst kept secrets was Flexjet’s planned entrance into Europe last May at the annual European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition held annually in Geneva. Expectations were a big party and lots of festivities. For Flexjet, it was to be an important step in its never-ending battle with market leader NetJets.

Flexjet Europe readies expansion with first Praetor 600

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Flexjet officially launches its fractional share program in Europe by taking delivery of its first super-midsize Embraer Praetor 600

Flexjet’s European arm has officially launched its fractional ownership program there. This week it is taking delivery of its first Praetor 600 super-midsize private jet. It is part of a US $1.4 billion order for Embraer Executive Jets that was announced in October 2019.

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