Jet Edge expands reserve programme to cover US


Jet Edge International has expanded the footprint of its reserve charter membership programme benefits across all of the US, excluding Alaska.

Prior to rolling out nationwide, the Jet Edge reserve programme served major cities within the US on a programme pricing basis. Now membership benefits, including its hourly pricing and trans-continental programmes, have been opened to all domestic US markets.

Steve Malvesta, chief business officer, Jet Edge International, said: “With new deliveries expanding to 45 from the original 27 in 2021, it made sense to expand our reserve membership programme to include all US markets. On the heels of the nationwide roll out, I would also expect to see a guaranteed availability, fixed hourly subscription Challenger product from Jet Edge to be launched by second quarter of this year on the Challenger fleet.”

Available in all US locations, excluding Alaska, the trans-continental programme pricing is now offered to Reserve members for flights over hours , starting at $39,900 for Challenger and Gulfstream aircraft to and from any city pairs in the US.

The news follows Jet Edge receiving approximately $265m in total credit and equity investments from KKR over the past year.

Jet Edge has 20 additional Gulfstreams and Challengers due to be delivered in the first half of 2022. In addition to the 27 jets delivered last year Jet Edge’s total fleet size will sit at 95 aircraft.