NetJets, is now the official aviation partner to world championship-leading motorsport team United Autosports in a collaboration for the 2023 season, supporting the Anglo-American team's 2023 FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) campaign, which sees United Autosports leading the LMP2 standings after the opening two rounds in Sebring and Portimão.
Myra Perez, executive director sales and service for NetJets Europe states: “We are extremely excited to partner with United Autosports entering the 2023 season. We are proud to support one of the fastest growing teams in motorsport with flight services that will allow it to maximise its time competing globally heading into the World Endurance Championship and beyond.”
Richard Dean, co-owner at United Autosports continues: “NetJets is the industry leader and has built a reputation on exceptional performance, safety and service. We are proud to enter into this partnership, striving for those same standards and principles as we take on the World Endurance Championship together. And, with the high-speed pace of the WEC motorsport season, racing at destinations around the globe, NetJets is a perfect partner.”
Flying with NetJets promises all the luxury of private travel, safety and security to the highest degree with total peace of mind. Whether clients are going to the racetrack, travelling for business or enjoying a holiday, NetJets ensures their airborne experience is effortless from start to finish.
There are a number of packages available based on travel requirements, giving NetJets owners access to the largest private fleet in the world with over 900 premium aircraft, 5,000 airports and more than 4,000 highly experienced pilots.
NetJets branding will be unveiled on United Autosports driver suits and merchandise this weekend (10-11 June) at the 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps endurance race, officially joining the two brands in partnership.