Inside Jet Edge’s New Boeing 737 Business Jets - No MAX Here
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October 21, 2019 - by Doug Gollan for forbes.com
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(Jet Edge manages and operates a fleet of 45 aircraft on behalf of individual owners, including Gulfstream IV, G450, Gulfstream V, Gulfstream G650, Gulfstream G200, Gulfstream G280, Falcon 2000, Falcon 900, Challenger 600s, Global Express, Legacy 600, and Legacy 650 types. Source)
If Gulfstream is the private jet version of a Rolex or Mercedes, the Boeing Business Jet might be a Patek Philippe or Maybach, something just a couple steps richer. Of course, most people know BBJs as the private version of those Boeing 737s that typically cram over 150 passengers.
Coming soon, as in the next couple weeks, Jet Edge plans to make this queen of the private skies readily available in the U.S. While it's not the first company to offer the BBJ on the charter market here, it's believed to be the first that won't need owner approval and will use a floating fleet model.
Adler says the two BBJs joining the Jet Edge fleet are both owned by the same undisclosed UHNW who is allowing them to be offered for the on-demand charter market without those typical caveats and owner approval.
Moreover, because the owner...
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