Prime Jet is celebrating its 12th anniversary, and with this momentous milestone comes a new set of core values focusing on accountability, integrity, safety, collaboration and transparency.
Cheryl Janke, Andrew Gulsrud, Elizabeth McGraw and Geno Haggan purchased the company in 2011. It began as a small charter company with one jet and 10 employees and today has 20 jets and 130 employees providing worldwide coverage and personalised service.
“Since its inception, the company has focused on providing exceptional service to its clients, doing things the right way, being transparent with everyone and doing it all as a team,” says CEO Janke. “As the aviation industry continues to change, we will adapt and continue to provide exemplary service to our clients.”
In 2023, Prime Jet implemented shared services for sales, expanded its dedicated client services personnel for charter and added internal resources to focus on owner services for its aircraft owners. In addition to its Gulfstreams, three Embraer ERJ 145s have been added to the fleet offering regional charter flights for up to 30 passengers. The company plans to add three more Gulfstreams by the end of the year to provide more charter options.
“Now, with the addition of the ERJ 145s, we are excited to break into the large group jet charter for sports teams, weddings and more,” comments COO Gulsrud. “This year we are able to offer our customers more charter options and aircraft management solutions than ever before.”