Private jet matchmaker Partners in Aviation says it has completed 15 new co-ownership agreements, matching 30 new aircraft co-owners, in the past 120 days
Private jet co-ownership matchmaker Partners In Aviation completed 15 new co-ownership agreements, matching 30 new aircraft co-owners over four months.
Partners In Aviation says the Time-To-Match (TTM) has dropped from six months to two months during the first quarter of 2021
Co-ownership matchmaker Partners In Aviation (PIA) says the time it takes to match customers dropped to just two months.
Aircraft management and jet card provider Jet Linx has launched a co-ownership program bridging the gap between whole aircraft ownership and traditional membership and fractional solutions
Jet Linx today announced the introduction of a Joint Ownership Program. The new solution makes aircraft ownership more accessible and affordable. It provides the benefits of owning a private jet but 50% of the cost.
Seeking to bridge the gap between full ownership and fractional shares and jet cards, Partner’s in Aviation moves into its fourth year in the market seeking to be the Match.com of private jet owners. Most of all, its principal Mark Molloy, a former Beechcraft executive, says the PIA formula is structured to avoid the pitfalls of those multi-owner partnerships that often don’t end well.