Thrive Aviation adds Gulfstream G600

Thrive Aviation

Fast-growing Thrive Aviation enters the large-cabin, long-range business jet marking after cracking the list of largest U.S. private jet charter operators for 2021

Las Vegas-based charter operator Thrive Aviation announced an order for its first Gulfstream aircraft, a G600.

Thrive Aviation

Thrive Aviation

Thrive Aviation Overview

Year Founded2018
LeadershipCurtis Edenfield, CEO
Scott Musselwhite, SVP, Commercial
Anaselia Galli, Senior Director, Customer Engagement & Sales
Brian Harlan, Director of Safety
Juthavachara Vivacharawongse, Director, Maintenance Control
HeadquartersLas Vegas, Nevada
Jet Card Hourly RatesCapped pricing started at $3,325, plus FET for a Citation M2
Related ProductsOn-demand Charter, Aircraft Management
Related CompaniesNA

Thrive Aviation was the 15th largest U.S. operator ranked by charter and fractional flight hours through June 2021, according to Argus TraqPak data.

The company was founded in 2018 and offers a capped pricing jet card program with aircraft on an as-available basis.

It operates a fleet of primarily new from OEM Textron Cessna private jets, including the super-midsize Sovereign, midsize Citation XLS+, and light CJ3+.

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

About the company

When was the company founded?


Who owns the Thrive Aviation?

Thrive Aviation is privately held

Who is the CEO?

Curtis Edenfield

How are their aircraft sourced?

Thrive Aviation has an owned fleet or light, midsize, super mid and large cabin private jets

What are the initiation and membership fees?


What is the entry-level program?


Does the jet card offer fixed or capped rate pricing?

Capped pricing on an as available basis

What is the company website?   

Where is the headquarters?

Las Vegas, Nevada

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