FlyHouse acquires charter booking platform JetASAP


FlyHouse has acquired private jet charter booking platform JetASAP.

This strategic acquisition for FlyHouse comes as it prepares to launch its app for customers. By utilising advanced technology, FlyHouse plans to enhance “the overall customer journey” and “simplify” the booking process. The firm says it has a “strong commitment” to offering transparent pricing, real-time availability and streamlined booking procedures.

Jack E. Lambert Jr., CEO of FlyHouse, said: “Acquiring JetASAP is a monumental step forward for FlyHouse. This integration not only enhances our service offerings but also aligns perfectly with our mission to transform the aviation industry. We are dedicated to leveraging JetASAP’s technology and expertise to deliver an exceptional experience for our customers and stakeholders. 

“This acquisition is a game-changer, and we are eager to integrate their platform with our upcoming app, setting new standards in private jet travel. Our goal is to make private jet travel more accessible, transparent, and efficient for our customers.”

Lisa Kiefer Sayer, founder and CEO of JetASAP, has now joined FlyHouse’s leadership team. 

“I can’t wait to jump in and get started,” said Kiefer Sayer. “In the coming weeks and months, I’ll be working closely with the team to scale both the FlyHouse app and JetASAP, building on our solid foundations. Together, we will be stronger and move even faster to reimagine the future of aviation.”