Climb

Climb Inc PC-12

Climb Inc Overview

Year Founded2021
LeadershipBrandon Solomon, Founder
David Smith, Board Member
Stephen Neeleman, Board Member
David Neeleman, Advisor
HeadquartersSalt Lake City, Utah
Jet Card Hourly RatesPilatus PC-12 from $3,995 per hour, plus FET
Related ProductsOn-demand Charter
Related CompaniesNA

Climb Inc is a Pilatus PC-12 membership jet card using a pay-as-you-go model. It offers guaranteed availability on 72 hours’ notice in a Primary Service Area of Western States. Hourly rates start at $3,995, plus 7.5% Federal Excise Tax.

Its Clear Membership jet card is included in the Private Jet Card Comparisons’ database of over 50 jet card providers, enabling you to compare programs in minutes.

When was the company founded?

2021

Who owns Climb?

The company is privately held. 

Who is the CEO?

Brandon Solomon is Founder. David Neeleman, founder of JetBlue, Morris Air, WestJet, Azul, and Breeze Airways is an Advisor

How are their aircraft sourced?

Climb is a broker

What are the initiation and membership fees?

Memberships start at $1,995, plus $495 initiation fee

What is the entry-level program?

Basic membership is pay-as-you, but doesn't offer guaranteed availability

Does the Climb PC-12 membership offer fixed or capped rate pricing?

Yes, capped rates stat at $3,995 per hour, plus FET

What is Climb’s website?           

https://www.flyclimb.com/

Where is the headquarters?

Salt Lake City, Utah

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Latest Climb News

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Pilatus PC-12

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Pilatus PC-12

Pilatus PC-12

Pilatus PC-12 profile, including current pricing, manufacturing dates, cabin size and passenger capacity, range, speed, baggage space, fractional ownership and jet card options

Pilatus PC-12 Facts

Called the “Swiss Army knife of the skies” for its durability, reliability, and flexibility, the Swiss-made PC-12 can land on grass strips and features a rear cabin cargo door.

PlaneSense, Nicholas Air and Tradewind Aviation have all helped popularize the PC-12 in the fractional and jet card market.

A large cargo door in the rear passenger cabin allows quick conversion from passengers, plus the ability to easily load oversize baggage, including skis.

Manufacturing Dates

Production Start: 1995

Production Ends: In Production

Pilatus PC-12 Related Models

Related PC-12 models include the PC-12 NG and PC-12 NGX. The PC-24 is the first jet from Pilatus.

Cabin Category

Turboprop – Turbojet – Single Engine

Fleet Size

As of November 2019, Amstat lists 766 Pilatus PC-12s and 775 PC-12 NGs

PC-12 Cabin Size and Passengers

The Pilatus PC-12 seen above in PlaneSense’s six-seat configuration

Height: 4 ft 10 in

Width: 5 ft

Length: 16 ft 11 in

Seating Capacity: 6 to 9

Range

Normal: 1,309 nm

Maximum: 1,635 nm

Speed

Maximum Cruise Speed: 370 mph

Baggage Space

Varies by configuration. The PC-12 has a 4.4 ft wide x 4.5 ft high rear cargo door.

Access

Fractional Ownership – Yes

Dedicated Jet Card – Yes

Pricing

Used PC-12s are listed starting at approximately $2.1 million

Pilatus models currently in production

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