PJS Group is expanding its sports and MICE divisions to support the rebound in VIP group private jet charter flights
New Hampshire-based charter and jet card broker Private Jet Services (PJS) Group said it is doubling down its support of the sports team and MICE segment. The move comes as professional and collegiate teams, and the meetings and incentive market aim towards a post-COVID recovery.
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It’s uncertain when there will be more government for the airline industry, and if so, will it extend to the private aviation side?
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Private Jet Services (PJS) Group cut its teeth with corporate shuttles, touring rock stars, high octane IPO road shows and politicians whose plans change on a dime. Its relatively new Jet Card offerings are also impressive
New Hampshire-based Private Jet Services (PJS) Group has been around since 2003, but is relatively new to the Jet Card market, launching its program in 2014. Founded by its current CEO Greg Raiff, the company had long focused on live entertainment tours, political campaigns, corporate shuttles and roadshows as well as on-demand charter. Among its customers have been Fleetwood Mac, The Rolling Stones, Beyonce, Maroon 5, Guns N’ Roses and The Rolling Stones. Its sports clients have won 13 Stanley Cups, 10 World Series and eight NCAA Football Championships.