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LGM Enterprises, parent company of flyExclusive, has launched flyExclusive International, adding on-demand, long-range global service to flyExclusive's portfolio of charter offerings. With the new service, the company says that flyers can now travel to Europe, Hawaii, Alaska and beyond with reliability, safety and comfort.
Customers on flyExclusive International will have access to Gulfstream GIV-SP aircraft, with seating capacity for up to 16 passengers, berthable (sleep-adjustable) seating and a ‘white-glove’ experience. With the acquisition of Sky Night in March 2020, the company expanded its fleet of Gulfstream aircraft and is now officially rebranding Sky Night as flyExclusive International.
“As the economy reopens and passengers seek to get back in the air for leisure or business, we want them to know that flyExclusive International is here to take them anywhere they dream of flying,” says Mike Guina, president. “Our service delivers the high quality, personalised experience for which we have come to be known on a truly global scale.”
flyExclusive has grown to become the seventh largest private jet operator in the United States. With a floating fleet of more than 55 Cessna Citation jets ranging in capabilities for short, medium and long-range itineraries, the company has been ranked as a top Part 135 operators in the US.
Recently, flyExclusive announced a streamlining of its Jet Club membership programme, a partnership designed to simplify and enhance the private charter experience while giving members control, reliability and consistency in their private travel and the most aggressive private flying rates available.
“We continue to grow flyExclusive into a global leader in private aviation with a focus on safety, control, reliability and consistency,” says Jim Segrave, founder. “The introduction of international capabilities to our portfolio of services continues this growth and reinforces our reputation for innovation in the private charter marketplace.”