Booking platform EnterJet has undergone a successful first month of operation, marked by growing numbers of active users and the integration of over 250 vetted aircraft across Europe. Founder Charles H Robinson claims to have effectively eliminated the need for brokers and connected vetted private flyers directly to a vast and diverse fleet of private aircraft.
He says: "I am thrilled to witness the incredible response to EnterJet. Our platform has redefined the private aviation charter experience, and the enthusiastic adoption by private flyers and aircraft operators alike reaffirms the need for transparency and convenience in this industry. We are committed to further enhancing our offerings and expanding our reach to serve even more private flyers.”
Clients undergo a thorough background check, ensuring a community of legitimate private flyers, thereby enhancing the chances of high conversion rates through requests for operators. Operators, also vetted, incur no costs as the platform follows the traditional brokerage model by taking a transaction fee from clients.
The average EnterJet member makes eight flights per annum, with many flying over 25 flights per annum and all being qualified private flyers, and more than 250 vetted aircraft are now available for charter across Europe. By bypassing intermediaries, EnterJet allows private flyers to access real-time availability updates and transparent pricing. This has garnered strong support from aircraft operators, leading to good response and conversion rates. The company says it has plans for strategic expansion and ongoing enhancements to its platform.