After doubling its fleet over the past five years, Nicholas Air says it plans more measured expansion this year
Don’t look for Nicholas Air to make a billion-dollar order with deliveries stretching over six or seven years. The Oxford, Mississippi-based private jet operator and management company will follow up its addition of two new Phenom 300 light jets added directly from Embraer last year. However, it expects to buy for near term needs, head of marketing Peder Von Harten tells Private Jet Card Comparisons.
The luxury magazine spotlighted its founder and CEO, Nicholas Correnti, telling the story of Nicholas Air
In case you didn’t know, there is a real Nicholas behind Nicholas Air, October issues of Modern Luxury show the man behind the name. The Part 135 owned-fleet operator gets its brand from its founder and CEO, Nicholas Correnti. It’s one of the revelations in the publisher’s city magazines in Aspen, Austin, Boston, Dallas, and Palm Beach.
Nicholas Correnti, Founder/CEO Karen Thornton, Chief Financial Officer Fernando Pineda, Executive VP of Operations Wendi LItton, Internal Counsel Peder Von Harten, VP of Sales & Marketing Duwayne Anderson, VP of Maintenance Ryan Divita, Executive Director of Member Operations Michael Prinzi, Director of Operations Matthew Caldwell, Chief Pilot
In addition to pay-as-you-go, it offers deposit jet card based on either hours or dollars. The dollar-based Rise Card enables customers to upgrade or downgrade at published rates. The hours based Blue Card is aircraft specific and allows upgrades and downgrades at an interchange fee.
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When was the company founded?
Who owns Nicholas Air?
The company is privately held. The owner is its founder Nicholas Correnti.
Who is the CEO?
How are aircraft sourced?
Nicholas Air operates an owned fleet. It also offers limited fractional ownership and manages aircraft for owners.