This website uses cookies
More information
Business Air News Bulletin
Business Air News Bulletin
The monthly news publication for aviation professionals.

Why visit ACE ’24?

Related background information from the Handbook...
The monthly news publication for aviation professionals.

Request your printed copy

5x5 Trading launches aircraft brokerage and advisory business
John Odegard, Seth Zlotkin, Chris Brenner and Jeremy Bogle have left Wheels Up's aircraft sales division to launch brokerage 5×5 Trading and have signed a three year deal with their former company.
Seth Zlotkin, Chris Brenner, John Odegard and Jeremy Bogle.

IADA-accredited broker dealer 5x5 Trading has launched its aircraft brokerage and advisory business and signed a three year strategic services agreement with Wheels Up. 5x5 Trading was founded by former leaders of the Wheels Up aircraft sales division John Odegard, Seth Zlotkin and Chris Brenner, as well as seasoned aircraft management and sales leader Jeremy Bogle.

5x5 Trading will be the exclusive provider of acquisition and disposition services for Wheels Up, provide expertise and input on fleet planning requirements and support Wheels Up and Air Partner members and customers on aircraft transactions.

"We look forward to working closely with the 5x5 Trading team," says Wheels Up CEO George Mattson. "John, Seth, Chris and Jeremy are proven industry leaders with a strong record of success in the aircraft sales and acquisition space, and we are excited to continue to have full access to their deep experience and capability in support of Wheels Up's strategic imperatives."

"As a leading private aviation company, Wheels Up continues to drive the industry forward with innovative solutions," adds 5x5 Trading managing partner John Odegard. "We are excited to continue our close working relationship and help achieve the objectives of both organisations."

Other News
ACS pulls out all the stops to set up eclipse viewings
April 7, 2024
The total eclipse path starts in the South Pacific, before taking in much of Mexico, 12 US states, stretching from Texas, all the way to Maine, and clipping several Canadian provinces, before ending over the Atlantic.
Business jet market settles after strong recovery, says GJC
February 26, 2024
The rapid expansion of the business jet market during the post-COVID recovery period slowed in 2023, although most indicators remained strong compared to pre-COVID levels. GJC discusses the market.
Participation in carbon offsets is complementary for Chapman Freeborn clients
February 22, 2024
Ops team gets lift at Wheels Up
February 12, 2024
Clay Lacy technicians complete Gulfstream ground handling training
February 12, 2024