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.
Having doubled its fleet, Phenom 300 operator GrandView Aviation is now among the nation’s 30 largest charter operators, according to Argus Traqpak
Phenom 300 operator GrandView Aviation has cracked Argus Traqpak’s list of the top 30 Part 135 charter operators. Over the past 90 days, the Maryland-based operator completed over 1,500 flights accumulating over 2,000 flight hours. It recently opened locations at Van Nuys Airport in California and Hanscomb Field in Bedford, Massachusetts.
Lenexa, Kansas-based Airshare, has a message for Wheels Up. It’s not democratizing private jet travel. It’s not a platform, and it’s not busy going public. Its message to prospects, however, is clear. It is focused on business travelers, particularly those who are making multiple stops on same-day and overnight trips.
Boston-based jet card broker Magellan jets has swapped the CJ3 and CJ4 from the Hawker 400XP and Challenger 604/605 series from the Falcon 2000 in its jet card line-up
Magellan Jets is revamping its line-up of semi-specific jet cards. The move is designed to focus its jet card line-up around Cessna’s Citation, Bombardier, and Gulfstream aircraft.