Jet card brand Marquis Jet has been retired by NetJets. It was acquired when it bought Marquis Jet Partners in 2010
The jet card world is losing another iconic brand. After Wheels Up dropped the Delta Private Jets brand in February, NetJets has retired the Marquis Jet brand. It had been using the mark for its jet cards.
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.
Gulfstream bumped Bombardier as the most used large private jet in 2020 while holding onto the top spot in super long-range private jets, according to Argus TRAQPak
Textron Aviation’s Citation Excel/XLS, Mustang, and King Air 200 were the most flown aircraft in their respective categories
Gulfstream Aerospace had the most popular large cabin and super long-range private jets in 2020, according to just-released data from Argus TRAQPak.
At the same time, Textron Aviation saw three of its business aircraft take the top spot in three of the eight categories. Its Beechcraft King Air 200 was the most flown multi-engine turboprop. The Cessna Citation Mustang was the most popular very light jet. Its Citation Excel/XLS/XLS+ won the midsize private jet category.
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.