Acquisition Extends Part 135 Operator's Global Reach

 - March 6, 2020, 6:19 PM
Flyexclusive will be able to offer charter flights to European and Asian destinations with its parent company's acquisition of Gulfstream operator Sky Night. (Photo: Flyexclusive)

The parent company of Part 135 operator FlyExclusive is acquiring Sky Night, a Tennessee-based charter operator, in a deal that will add Gulfstream GIV-SPs to Flyexclusive’s company-owned fleet and enable it to offer international charters. “Through this alignment and sales agency agreement with FlyExclusive, we will capitalize on the opportunity to extend our high-quality, safe, and reliable point-to-point travel on a global scale,” said Jim Segrave, owner of FlyExclusive parent LGM Enterprises. “The addition of Gulfstreams is a key milestone in our growth strategy and furthers our commitment to exceeding expectations for unmatched private travel no matter the destination.”

Under the acquisition, Sky Night will be rebranded FlyExclusive International and offer charter flights to Hawaii and Alaska, as well as Europe and Asia, among other international destinations.

“From the beginning, our strategy has been to extend our fleet globally in a way that grows our position as a world leader in private charter,” Segrave said. “Today we begin a new chapter in that journey as we expand our reach to wherever passengers dream of flying.”