Jet Access, ranked 18th on our list of Top 30 operators, is merging with Eagle Creek Aviation
Jet Access is merging with the Eagle Creek Aviation family of companies. On its own, Jet Access ranks as the 18th-largest U.S. operator based on charter and fractional flight hours tracked by Argus. Both companies are based in Indiana.
These companies launched jet cards and private jet memberships during 2020
Recently, Sentient Jet CEO Andrew Collins told Bloomberg that private jet cards and membership were having a “moment.” Judging by the number of new entrants, the trend is not going unnoticed.
The 8th largest private jet charter operator in the U.S. FlyExclusive is leveraging a fast-growing private jet fleet to become a major player in jet memberships
Out of the depths of the biggest downturn business aviation has ever seen, here comes industry veteran Jim Segrave and his Kinston, North Carolina-based FlyExclusive.
Since its launch in 2014, Segrave, who previously sold Segrave Aviation to Delta Private Jets in 2010, has built a fleet of more than 60 private jets. Expansion plans call for reaching the century mark.
The private jet charter operator is offering a new, lower starting option as a response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic
Starting for price for its Centerline jet card is dropping from $148,275 to around $55,000
Private jet operator Priester Aviation is reducing the buy-in for its Centerline jet card to 10 hours from 25 hours. The move means starting price is now around $55,000, down from close to $150,000.
Priester is the latest private aviation membership provider to create a new option in response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis.
The pandemic has created a need for short-notice evacuation and relocation flights.