Monday, December 16, 2019

Fractional and jet card provider Flexjet just announced semi-annual sales results. When comparing January to June 2013 to that of the same period in 2012 the company saw new jet card sales grew a solid 68 percent. 

Overall Flexjet reported 96 percent growth of new fractional and jet card sales, with fractionals showing 112 percent growth.

“The skies continue to brighten for Flexjet, which is seeing an upward trend in both new fractional and jet card sales, as a result of our team’s ability to customize product offerings, complemented by an increase in awareness from marketing efforts,” said Deanna White, President, Flexjet. “With our sights now set on the second half of 2013 and beyond, our brand promise of offering the most exceptional travel experiences in the industry will continue to set Flexjet apart as the definitive private aviation provider of choice.” 

Flexjet is the launch customer for the all-new Learjet 85 aircraft – the first business jet with both fuselage and wings built largely of carbon composite materials – and the next-generation Learjet 75 aircraft. The company also recently placed an order for two Challenger 350 super-midsize jets, enabling Flexjet to continue to manage one of the youngest collections of aircraft in the industry, averaging approximately six years of age.

Flexjet is a division of Bombardier, the world’s largest business aviation manufacturer and first entered the fractional jet ownership market in 1995. All the aircraft in the Flexjet fleet are manufactured by Bombardier.

 

 

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