Nicholas Air's owned and operated fleet of private jets has expanded with the addition a new Citation Latitude and Phenom 300E in 2021. Headquartered in Oxford, Mississippi, Nicholas Air's latest investment is based on its recently announced 62 per cent increase in revenue in 2020.
“We saw a significant jump in our business because we do things differently from most; we actually own and operate our fleet, so those customers in brokered programmes who got tired of not knowing what aircraft will show for their flight the next day simply moved to Nicholas Air and found a better solution,” comments NJ Correnti, founder and CEO of Nicholas Air.
“These airframes, the Phenom 300E and the Citation Latitude, are the most popular in the fleet by demand, so it's a natural fit that we continue to buy them. We consult with our customers on plane acquisitions and listen to their needs and requests as part of our decision-making process.”
Offering a range of programmes from customisable jet card memberships to aircraft management, Nicholas members are offered a dose of Southern hospitality, safely and comfortably. Of the new additions, the Citation Latitude offers the most spacious environment in its class of mid-size jets. The Phenom 300, the company says, punches well above its weight.