NetJets will add 30 more aircraft by the end and another 70 next year, according to an email sent to customers today
The world’s largest private jet operator is getting bigger, faster than it previously planned. Before the pandemic, NetJets said its fleet plan was to add approximately 40 new private jets annually over the next 10 years.
As flight demand exceeds NetJets’ all-time highs, the move impacts renewals and new customers for jet cards, leases and fractional ownership shares
After raising rates, eliminating the Citation Latitude from its card offerings, suspending sales of its Classic jet cards, and moving to peak day blackouts on its Elite cards, NetJets this morning is putting a “temporary pause” on the sale of jet cards, fractional shares and leases on its Phenom 300 and Citation XLS entry-level aircraft options. The move impacts both new customers and existing customers who are seeking to stay with the world’s largest private jet operator.
After raising over $2 million for the (RED) Global Fund, NetJets is aligning its cross-country card with Corporate Angel Network
NetJets is relaunching its popular (RED) specialty jet card as the Corporate Angel Card, according to its website. After raising over $2 million for the Global Fund in 2020, the world’s largest private jet operator will now donate one flight hour for each 25-hour card sold to Corporate Angel Network.
NetJets donates a portion of purchases from its (RED) Marquis Jet Card to support prevention, treatment, counseling, HIV testing, and care services
NetJets has reached a donation total of over $2 million to the Global Fund, the recipient of all (RED) monies, according to an update on its website.