Executive Jet Management reported revenue from its charter business rose by more than 35 percent last year over its 2003 figures. The company also experienced a 35-percent increase in the number of charter hours flown. This year’s charter revenue is projected to increase more than 26 percent over last year’s. The company attributes its recent growth, in part, to the expansion of marketing efforts, the establishment of eight new bases and the addition of 26 aircraft last year, bringing its managed fleet to more than 100 aircraft.
Charter Operator Reports Strong Growth
- October 31, 2006, 11:03 AM