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Founded in 1964, NetJets is the first private jet charter and management company. Today, NetJets boasts the largest fractional-ownership fleet in the world. 

Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, NetJets has 8,300-plus employees worldwide, helping to serve 10,200-plus owners in the United States and an additional 2,200-plus owners in Europe. The company counts more than 40 Fortune 100 companies as clients.

NetJets’ fleet includes 137 light jets, 329 midsize jets, 151 super-midsize jets, 60 large jets, and 68 long-range jets.

NetJets Mission Statement 

Per its website: “Our mission is to enrich the lives of our owners with extraordinary experiences.”—Adam Johnson, chairman and CEO

Latest NetJets Jobs on FindaPilot.com

PIC – G450 – Green Bay, WI – Charter Pilot Job

PIC – Challenger 300 – Dallas, TX – Charter Pilot Job

PIC – Legacy 600 – Miami, FL – Charter Pilot Job

PIC – Sovereign – Burlington, VT – Charter Pilot Job

PIC – Gulfstream 500 – Boca Raton, FL – Charter Pilot Job

SIC – CL650 – Charter Pilot Job

PIC – Gulfstream G200 – San Jose, CA – Charter Pilot Job

NetJets in the News

NetJets to Add Bombardier Global 8000 to Fleet: NetJets will operate a fleet of 24 Global 8000 aircraft, which includes the new firm order for four Global 8000 jets, eight conversions of Bombardier aircraft previously ordered, and aircraft already on order or in service.

FlightSafety International Partners With eVTOL Developer Lilium and NetJets: FlightSafety International partners with fractional aircraft ownership company NetJets and Germany-based Lilium to help train pilots to fly electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxis.

NetJets to Purchase Up to 150 Lilium eVTOLs: Fractional aircraft ownership company NetJets has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to buy 150 electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxis from Germany-based Lilium (NASDAQ: LILM).

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