Embraer’s Phenom 300 Series has been the best selling light business jet in the world for six straight years
(Editor’s Update Sept. 12, 2019: Netjets, Magellan Jets and Alliance Aviation have added Phenom 300 jet card programs since this article was published.)
The Phenom 300 and now the 300E have proven their value at the cash register, leading the competitive light cabin private jet market for more than half a decade. In the jet card segment, both JetSuite and Airshare (formerly Executive AirShare) have both made a bet on the Phenom 300 in place of other similar aircraft.
The company sells fractional ownership shares, leases, and jet cards
Flexjet, LLC today launched a new, multichannel brand campaign highlighting its pilots. The television commercials, print, and digital ads also showcase its Red Label by Flexjet program, including flight crews dedicated to a single aircraft allowing the crews and the passengers to get to know one another’s life stories. The TV commercials are designed to provide a glimpse into the luxury interiors of its Red Label fleet.
JetSuite wants to bring a premium experience to the light jet charter market and is making a number of changes it says are based on customer feedback
As Dallas-based private jet operator JetSuite gets ready to enter its second decade the company is making sweeping changes to its SuiteKey jet card program. Stephanie Chung, JetSuite’s recently appointed president, tells Private Jet Card Comparisons the moves are part of a “complete brand refresh” that will hit “every touch point…from a new website to invoices. Our goal,” she says, “is to bring a premium experience to the light jet category,” adding, “Most of the competitors tend to focus on their heavy aircraft because that’s where the biggest margin is.”
Executive AirShare’s jet card – EMBARK – uses a combination of days and hours, starting at 10 days per year
Executive AirShare (EAS) last week announced it is expanding its fractional ownership, leases and jet cards to Denver and surrounding communities within the Rocky Mountains. “Bringing our private aviation solutions to Denver is a natural decision for us,” says John Owen, Executive AirShare president and CEO. “The Denver market is one of the most desirable destinations in the country and has long been a part of our vision for growth. It was the perfect time to make the move. Everyone who flies with us will benefit from the efficiencies and lower costs associated with the opening of our new Denver base.”