Fractional operator Jet It closed the year with the delivery of six new HondaJets and the establishment of sales operations in Canada and the U.S. West Coast, the Greensboro, North Carolina-based company announced this week. The value of the HondaJets it received in the fourth quarter represents a more than $36 million investment and pushes its fleet total to 10 of Honda Aircraft's light twinjets.
On the West Coast, Jet It hired Gino Jooyan as its Western U.S. director of sales. Jooyan has more than 20 years of industry experience with stops at Flexjet, Jet Aviation, and Executive Jet Management. “He is a perfect fit for our culture, and we are very excited to have him formally introduce Jet It to a market that frequently inquired about our Westward expansion,” said Jet It CEO Glenn Gonzales.
Additionally, Jet It has established sales and operations in Canada. “The Canadian market has expressed a high level of demand for Jet It,” Gonzales said. “The need for efficient regional travel in Canada is very strong, as it is in the U.S. with Jet It, or for Europeans flying with our sister company JetClub. Our growth in the states has generated awareness in Canada for so many interested in Jet It providing cost-effective private travel.”