Atlantic Jet Partners is redefining the light to mid-size business jet market to meet today’s demand for private aviation. We offer a full range of solutions including aircraft sales, fractional ownership, management, maintenance and avionics installations — all tailored for you. Because private aviation is made for you.
The company has a strong presence in the FBO business with a large network of airport facilities and services. It provides fuel and fuel-related services, de-icing, aircraft parking, hangar rental, ground transportation and catering. It also offers ramp space facilities services such as community hangars and a 7,000 square foot terminal building. It also offers aircraft maintenance services as well as a flight school.
Its fleet includes Bombardier Learjet and Cessna Citation XLS aircraft, and it has more than 20 full-time employees. Its customers include a wide range of individuals, businesses and nonprofits. In addition to its core fleet, the company owns an extensive charter fleet of light jets and mid-size jets.
Atlantic Jet Partners also has a new corporate jet program that allows businesses to lease or purchase the entire plane, rather than only a fraction of it. The program is aimed at small to mid-sized companies and has an initial price tag of about $4 million. The program is backed by a $3 million loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development and will help the company grow its business.
In addition to its corporate jet program, the company also has an aviation consulting division that helps businesses plan and implement an air travel strategy. Its clients include airlines, hotels, car rental agencies and tourism destinations. In addition, it is a partner in the Jet Card, a travel card for the business aviation industry.
The company was founded in 1987 and began its business by purchasing a couple of Citation S/IIs. It later expanded to other parts of the world. In 1998, it was purchased by the conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway. It was renamed NetJets, and has since become the largest privately owned jet fleet in the world.
Recently, the company has been focused on improving its FBOs. For example, it has recently opened a new facility at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport in Florida. The new facility is larger than its previous terminal and includes four acres of ramp space. It is currently the second-largest FBO facility in the Atlantic Aviation network.
The company has also forged strategic partnerships with top brands in the luxury travel and lifestyle industries to promote private aviation as a part of the overall travel experience. This approach has allowed it to reach affluent travelers who might not have previously considered private jet travel. It has also enabled the company to distinguish itself from its competitors. As a result, the company has been able to generate solid profits and increase its market share. This has helped the company continue to grow its dividends. In fact, the company has grown its earnings per share at an annual rate of about 8% for the past five years.