New private jet service redefining the industry

by nph | April 4th, 2012

April 4, 2012

There are many private jet companies around–such as Sentient, Marquis Jet, and NetJets–but Jet Edge International is reinventing the private aviation industry, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Headquartered in Los Angeles, Jet Edge International, a Bard Capital Company, has quickly become a worldwide leader in private aviation.

In July 2011, Richard Bard (CEO–Bard Capital Group), Jim Hansen (CEO–Western Jet Aviation), Bill Papariella, and four other senior sales executives left NetJets and co-founded Jet Edge International.

“The business of private aviation has matured in many ways over the past 10 years,” said one of Jet Edge’s executives.

With a half-century of private aviation experience among Jet Edge‘s executives, the group acquired a Southern California-based aircraft operator in August 2011. Since the acquisition, the team has aggressively expanded its fleet internally.

To offer flight programs that are designed to complement or provide full coverage for individuals or corporations, they have also signed exclusive partnerships with well known outside fleet providers.

“We are here to provide the ultimate client service,” said Papariella, Jet Edge International’s president and founder.

Given Jet Edge International’s unique positioning, assets, financing, and collective expertise, the company is well-positioned to continue its reinvention of the private aviation industry.

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