||+41 (22) 92 96 700
||+41 (22) 92 96 701
Click below for data links:
PTS-2012-01 - CS100 ORDERS
PTS-DLH C CLASS
ESTABLISHED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1977. A K A PRIVATAIR SYSTEM. EXECUTIVE, INTERNATIONAL, CHARTER, PASSENGER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES, AND JET AIRPLANE LEASING OPERATION.
CHEMIN DES PAPILLONS 18
PO BOX 572
GENEVA, CH-1215, SWITZERLAND
Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) was established in 1291, its covers an area of 41,293 sq km, its population is 7.5 million, its capital city is Berne, and its official languages are French, German, Italian, and Romanche.
MAY 1997: 45 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 38 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 7 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
SEPTEMBER 1997: 2/2 ORDERS (1998) 737-700'S BBJ BUSINESS JETS.
OCTOBER 1997: 757 138 MINUTES EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) FLIGHTS/MONTH: 4 ATLANTIC CHARTERS.
FEBRUARY 1998: 757 CHARTERED TO FLY THE PRINCE OF WALES TO (SRI) LANKA. 1 737-3L9 (27924), EX-(MRS), CONVERTED TO VIP.
APRIL 1999: 45 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 38 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 7 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT).
737-7AK BBJ (29865, HB-IIO) DELIVERY, FOR OUTFITTING.
JANUARY 2000: 3RD 737-7AK BBJ (30752) DELIVERY.
FEBRUARY 2000: PRIVATAIR (PTS) NORTH AMERICAN OFFICES ARE PART OF BUTLER CONTROLS (BCS), LOCATED AT ROAD TOWN, TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, IN THE CARIBBEAN.
MARCH 2000: AFTER DELIVERING 3 737-700 BBJ'S TO PRIVATAIR (PTS), LUFTHANSA TECHNIK (LTK) (DLH) HAS TECHNICAL SUPPORT CONTRACT.
APRIL 2000: 45 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 38 FLIGHT CREW (FC), & 7 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
JANUARY 2001: THE PRIVATAIR GROUP, FORMED THROUGH THE INTEGRATION OF PRIVATAIR (VIP) OPERATIONS, AND NEWLY-ACQUIRED FLIGHT SERVICES GROUP (FSG) AND TRANSAIR, FRANCE TO OFFER CHARTERS (3 737-700 BBJ'S & 1 757-200) AND OPERATE 20 (FBO)'S WORLDWIDE.
MARCH 2001: DAVID HURLEY (CEO), PRIVATAIR GROUP, STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT, (FSG).
GAINS 180 MINUTES EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) APPROVAL, AND (FAA) 129, FOREIGN CARRIER APPROVAL.
MAY 2001: 737-3L9 (27924) SOLD TO PACE AIRLINES (PIE).
JUNE 2001: COMPLETES $1.1 MILLION, 1ST PHASE, OF 2-YEAR, REFURBISHMENT PROGRAM OF EX-TRANSAIR, LE BOURGET, (FBO) FACILITY.
NOVEMBER 2001: PLANNING 48 PASSENGER (PAX), 737-700 BBJ SERVICE FROM GENEVA TO NEW YORK (JFK), IN 2002 (6/WEEK).
JANUARY 2002: TO OPERATE 13 CHARTERS, FROM USA, ON BEHALF OF INTRAV.
APRIL 2002: DAVID HURLEY CEO THE PRIVATAIR GROUP IS APPOINTED A MEMBER OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION BOARD OF REGENTS.
MAIN BASE: GENEVA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (GVA).
MAY 2002: 1 737-7AK BBJ, WET-LEASED TO LUFTHANSA (DLH), FOR OPERATIONS DUSSELDORF - NEWARK (6/WEEK).
September 2002: The (FAA) rules that large transport category airplanes, such as the Boeing (TBC) Business Jet, and Airbus (EDS) Corporate Jetliner, can be operated under a Part 135 certificate, if they have 30 seats or fewer, and payloads of 3,400 kg (7,500 lbs) or less. The (FAA) is to determine whether additional requirements would be established for large airplanes, operated commercially under Part 135, or privately under Part 91.
November 2002: In April 2003, will operate a corporate shuttle for Airbus, between Toulouse, Hamburg - Finkenwerder, and Filton, using 2 A319 ACJ's, (CIT) Aerospace (TCI) leased, operated by PrivatAir Germany (PTG). Rumors of possible Basel - Newark BBJ service for Swiss International Air Lines.
December 2002: Intends to acquire 10 737 BBJ's or A319CJ's to expand its business (C)-only services with Lufthansa (DLH). Possibly operating also for Alitalia (ALI), British Airways (BAB), SN Brussels (DAT), and Virgin Atlantic Airways (VAA).
March 2003: 2 orders (May 2003) A319-133 ACJ LR'S (1727, D-APAC; 1880, D-APAD), 48C, (CIT) Aerospace (TCI) leased, wet-leased for Lufthansa (DLH) to operate nonstop Munich - Newark (7 hours, 45 minutes) starting May 2003, and Dusseldorf - O'Hare (8 hours, 50 minutes) starting June 2003, to be operated by PrivatAir Germany (PTG).
April 2003: A319-132 ACJ (1947, D-APAA), CIT Group (TCI) leased for PrivatAir Germany (PTG) operations.
May 2003: A319-132 ACJ (1955, D-APAB), & A319-133LR ACJ (1727, D-APAC), (CIT) Group (TCI) leased for PrivatAir Germany (PTG) operations.
June 2003: Forms PrivatAir, Dusseldorf (PTG) to operate 2 A319-132's corporate shuttles, 48 PAX, for Lufthansa (DLH), under a newly-issued German Air Operators Certificate (AOC).
A319-133LR ACJ (1880, D-APAD), CIT Group (TCI) leased for (PTG) operations.
January 2004: 737-3L9 (27924) returned from Pace Airlines (PIE), sold to Ion Tiriac Air (TIH) and wet-leased to JetAlliance (JAF).
May 2004: In 2003 its revenue rose +20% to $120 million owing to the introduction of 2 further transatlantic shuttles in cooperation with Lufthansa (DLH), the founding of a new ground handling venture in Geneva and the addition of airplanes to its managed fleet.
July 2004: In January 2005, 737-700 BBJ, 56F, PrivatAir (PTS) wet-leased to Swiss International (CSR) for Zurich - Newark, replacing its A330 service.
October 2004: Selected Teledyne Controls' Flight Data Monitoring svcs to support its flight operations quality assurance program. Under the agreement, Teledyne Controls will perform the analysis of PrivatAir (PTS)'s flight data and deliver comprehensive reports designed to assist (PTS) in its flight safety initiatives.
November 2004: 737-86Q (1600-30295, HB-IIR), Boullioun (BOU) leased, wet-leased to Swiss (CSR).
December 2004: (http://www.privatair.com). (firstname.lastname@example.org).
September 2005: Switzerland-based elite travel specialist PrivatAir (PTS) added another airline customer for its services tailored to long, thin business markets. Beginning October 2005, the company will operate a Boeing Business Jet on behalf of (KLM) between Amsterdam Schiphol and Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport six times per week. The BBJ, which is based on the 737-700, will be equipped with 44 lie-flat business class seats in a 2 - 2 configuration.
Service will be provided on an (ACMI) wet-lease basis, replacing (KLM)'s existing 3x-weekly 767 services and complementing its continuing daily 747-400 service. Although total capacity will decline, business (C) class capacity on the route will increase by +45%.
(KLM) said it is launching the new service in response to "the great demand for World Business Class seats on this route." The service will be operated in code share with Northwest Airlines (NWA). The airplane will retain the (PTS) livery but will bear the words "Operated on behalf of (KLM)" on its fuselage and in the cabin.
(PTS) provides similar services on behalf of Lufthansa (DLH) from Dusseldorf to Newark and Chicago and from Munich to Newark using BBJs and Airbus A319LRs. (PTS) operates from Zurich to Newark on behalf of Swiss International Air Lines (CSR).
January 2006: Lufthansa (DLH) said it installed lie-flat seats in its 2 A319LRs and 1 737-7AK BBJ Business Jet, which are operated by Geneva-based PrivatAir (PTS). The all-business (C)-class airplanes currently fly to Newark from Dusseldorf and Munich and to Chicago from Dusseldorf. Each seat is equipped with a (DVD) player and laptop power. The A319s seat 48 and the 737-7AK BBJ 44.
May 2006: Swiss business-aviation services provider PrivatAir (PTS) is planning to expand its (VIP) airliner fleet to exploit the explosion in large-jet transport. (PTS) is evaluating (VIP) versions of the A350 and 787, which are due to enter service in the next decade.
To bridge this gap, (PTS) says it will replace its (VIP)-configured 737 Boeing Business Jet by the end of the year with a larger-cabin airliner such as a 767 or A330/A340. The new airplane will join (PTS)’s 49-seat (VIP) 757. “This acquisition will see us through until we receive our new airliner,” says (CEO) Greg Thomas, who adds that the new airplane will be equipped with around 50 seats to suit the market demand for this size of airplane from large group-transport markets such as financial roadshows.
(PTS)’s USA subsidiary (FSG) meanwhile added 7 airplanes to its charter and managed fleet in the 1st quarter.
July 2006: PrivatAir (PTS) hopes to unveil another airline client for its all-business (C)-class operations this summer. (PTS), which flies for Lufthansa (DLH), (KLM), and Swiss International Air Lines (CSR) in addition to operating Airbus (EDS)'s corporate shuttle, said interest in its services is growing. "We are talking to several carriers, because the others [airlines] see that it is a success," (CEO) Greg Thomas said. (PTS)'s business plan for the next 5 years calls for the addition of 17 BBJs or ACJs.
(PTS) also signed a contract on July 6 to add a 56-seat 767-300ER to its (VIP) fleet by the 2nd half of 2007, replacing a BBJ 1. "We want to have a long-haul airplane available which is able to operate nonstop sectors Geneva - Los Angeles or to Hong Kong," Thomas said. Nevertheless, he is talking with airlines about wet-leasing a 767 in an all-business (C) layout with up to 90 seats, and "we are also speaking with Boeing (TBC) to evaluate the 787 for our fleet in several years to come."
(PTS) operates 53 airplanes and transports 110,000 passengers per year. Half its business and 50,000 passengers come from operating business-class services for other airlines. The same number fly the Airbus shuttle and approximately 10,000 fly (PTS)'s ad-hoc VIP charters. Thomas expects 2006 revenue to climb +2.7% to $190 million.
October 2006: PrivatAir (PTS) will take delivery of a 767-300ER in December and reconfigure it as a 56-seat luxury charter airplane. It will be placed into service in April, replacing a 28-seat BBJ.
December 2006: 1 order (February 2012) 787 BBJ.
February 2007: Appoints Scott Ashton, VP Aircraft Sales & Acquisitions.
August 2007: (DLH) announced an expansion of its transatlantic network from Dusseldorf starting next May. It will base a trio of 3-class, 221-seat, A340-300s there, and operate flights to Chicago O'Hare (ORD) (6x-weekly), Newark (EWR) (daily) and Toronto (YYZ) (6x-weekly). (ORD) and (EWR) service currently is offered aboard 2 PrivatAir (PTS) A319 all-business-class airplanes, which will be placed on other (DLH) routes. (YYZ) will be a new destination from Dusseldorf. A (DLH) spokesperson said that the company was "absolutely satisfied" with the (PTS) offering and that it would find a new market for the airplanes.
December 2007: Lufthansa (DLH) is considering placing 2 wet-leased PrivatAir (PTS)/(PTG) A319LRs, which are outfitted with all-business-class (C) cabins and fly out of Dusseldorf to Newark and Chicago O'Hare, on a new Beijing service beginning next summer, a source said. They would be the 1st all-business-class (C) flights between Europe and China.
January 2008: Lufthansa (DLH) will start operating a wet-leased PrivatAir (PTS) A319LR outfitted with an all-business-class (C) cabin on a Munich (MUC) - Dubai flight from June 1, creating an all-year service that will supplement (DLH)'s winter flights aboard a 3-class A340-300. It sees sufficient demand to justify an all-business (C) operation during the summer. (DLH) currently has 2(PTS) A319LRs operating from its minihub in Dusseldorf (DUS) on a daily Newark (EWR) run and a 5x-weekly service to Chicago O'Hare (ORD). Both services will upgrade to 3-class A340-300s on May 1, when (DLH) also will launch a 5x-weekly, (DUS) - Toronto. In October, it upgraded its (MUC) - (EWR) service from a (PTS) BBJ with 48 business class (C) seats to an A340 and moved the (PTS) airplane to Frankfurt, to operate the 6x-weekly "Bankers Shuttle" to (EWR).
(PTS) converted a 787-8 purchase right into a firm order. (PTS) now has 2 787s on firm order plus one remaining purchase right. "The ever-increasing demand from charter customers for long-range, large-cabin airplanes shows no sign of abating," (PTS) CEO Greg Thomas said.
April 2009: 737-8K5 (33016, D-ABPC), (TCI) leased, ex-Sun Country Airlines (SCA), ex-(N807SY).
May 2009: 737-8K5 (33021, D-ABPD), (TCI) leased, ex-Sun Country Airlines (SCA), ex-(N808SY).
August 2009: Lufthansa (DLH) will launch 3x-weekly, Munich - Tashkent service March 28 to be operated by PrivatAir (PTS) aboard a 737-800.
January 2010: Lufthansa (DLH) will launch flights from Munich to Tashkent (3x-weekly on March 28 aboard a PrivatAir (PTS) 737-800) and Teheran (4x-weekly on March 29 aboard a (PTS) 737. Lufthansa (DLH) will launch 5x-weekly, Frankfurt Main - Libreville - Pointe Noire service November 3 aboard a PrivatAir (PTS) 737-800.
August 2010: BAE Systems won a contract from SETE Aviation to re-market one (CF6-80C2B6F)-powered Privatair (PTS) 767-300ER.
April 2011: Gulf Air (GUL) announced the launch of new destinations from its hub in Bahrain (BAH). A 4x-weekly service to Copenhagen (CPH) will commence July 1. The (BAH) - (CPH) route will use a 737, operated by Privatair (PTS) in a two-class configuration with 16C seats in business class and 78Y in economy.
May 2011: Lufthansa (DLH) will upgrade its 3x-weekly, Munich - Riyadh - Jeddah service to a 3-class A340-300 operation beginning October 31, replacing a wet-leased dual-class, 737-800 from PrivatAir (PTS).
July 2011: PrivatAir (PTS) has wet-leased a 737-700 (BBJ) to Gulf Air (GUL) for new routes from Bahrain to Copenhagen Kastrup and Geneva. It has added an ex-(KLM) 737-306 (27421, HB-JJB) that it will reportedly operate on behalf of EC AIR - Equatorial Congo Airlines (ECA).
January 2012: PrivatAir (PTS) has added a 2nd ex-(KLM) Royal Dutch Airlines 737-306 (27420, HC-JJC), that it will operate on behalf of EC AIR - Equatorial Congo Airlines (ECA) just like its other 737-306.
(PTS) a VIP airline that operates all-business (C) class flights for airlines including Lufthansa (DLH), Swiss International Air Lines (CSR) and (KLM), placed a firm order for 5 Bombardier (BMB) CSeries 100 airplanes, with 5 options.
The order is valued at $309 million based on list prices but could increase to $636 million if all five options are exercised, Bombardier (BMB) said.
“The CS100 jetliner is very well suited for our route expansion plans and we look forward to introducing this very modern airplane into our fleet,” said (PTS) President & (CEO) Greg Thomas.
Bombardier Aerospace president and (CEO), Guy Hachey said PrivatAir (PTS) was its 11th CSeries airplane program customer.
As of March 31, Swiss International Airlines (CSR) will replace the (PTS) 737-800 currently operating between Zurich and New York Newark in all Business Class (C) configuration by regular A340-300s.
April 2012: EC AIR (ECA) - Equatorial Congo Airlines will shortly add its 1st 757-200 (25807, HB-JJD) on wet-lease from its partner PrivatAir (PTS) which also operates its 2 737-306s.
May 2012: 757-236WL (25807, HB-JJD - - SEE PHOTO - - "ECA-757-236WL - 2012-05"), ex-Open Skies, ex-(F-GPEJ), repainted in new livery at Maastricht, Holland.
June 2012: EC AIR - Equatorial Congo Airlines (ECA) plans to use its 1st 757-200 (25807, HB-JJD) wet-leased from PrivatAir (PTS) for a 3x-weekly service linking Brazzaville Maya Maya (BZV) and Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG).
January 2012: PrivatAir (PTS) operates a fleet of business jets on business-only services that include transatlantic operations for Lufthansa (DLH) and corporate shuttles for Airbus.
450 employees (including 110 Flight Crew (FC); 150 Cabin Attendants (CA); & 50 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
(IATA) Code: CC. (ICAO) Code: PTI (Callsign - PRIVATAIR).
Parent organization/shareholders: PrivatPort (49%).
Owns: PrivatAir (Germany).
Alliances: Lufthansa (DLH); & Swiss (CSR).
Main Base: Geneva Cointrin International airport (GVA).
Hubs: Paris Le Bourget airport (LBG); Bradley International airport (BDL); Hamburg International airport (HAM); Dusseldorf International airport (DUS); & Munich International airport (MUC).
International, scheduled destinations: Chicago; Dusseldorf; Munich; & New York.
April 2014: (SAS) will launch an all-business (C) class transatlantic route between Stavanger and Houston, Texas. The sector will largely cater to the oil and gas industry; Stavanger is the Norwegian center for North Sea hydrocarbon operations. “The route we have established is a tailored product for a defined market with particular travel needs,” (SAS) President & (CEO), Rickard Gustafson said.
The 6x-weekly route will launch August 20 and will be operated by a 44C-seat, Boeing 737-700 wet-leased from Swiss company, PrivatAir (PTS). It will operate in (SAS) livery and will have (SAS)’s long-haul, business (C)-class service standards. It will have reclining (but not lie-flat) seats and passengers will have tablet-based entertainment systems.
September 2014: Equatorial Congo Airlines (ECA) has added its 1st wide body airplane to its fleet, wet-leased by PrivatAir ((IATA) Code: CC, (ICAO) Code: PTI) (PTS), 767-316ER (652-27613, /97 CC-CBJ) being operated on (ECA)'s flag route: Brazzaville - Paris (CDG).
December 2015: A319-112 (1598, D-ASPA), ex-(N990TA), (CIT) Aerospace (TCI) leased, ferried to Manchester for painting into Saudia (SVA) colors. A319-112 (1625, D-ASPB), ex-(N991TA), (CIT) Aerospace (TCI) leased delivery.
October 2016: UK-based SilverArrow Capital Group has acquired a 51% majority share in Swiss airline PrivatAir (PTS), which operates premium flights for Lufthansa (DLH) and (SAS) Scandinavian Airlines.
PrivatAir (PTS) has been operating for >40 years and currently employs >400 people.
The Geneva-headquartered company operates Airbus A319s, Boeing 767s, 757s and business jets (including BBJs) and has been tapped by several of Europe’s network carriers to operate all-premium services on their behalf.
“Having SilverArrow as a new shareholder will lead the company into an era of new financial strength and growth,” (PTS) (CEO) Antonio Gomes de Menezes said.
SilverArrow Capital is a group of private investment firms that focus on industrial growth sectors, real estate and infrastructure projects.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
PrivatAir (PTS) has 3 divisions (scheduled services, business aviation and training) as well as a Ground Services joint venture (JV) with Swissport called "PrivatPort."
Click below for photos:
PTS-CS100 ORDERS - 2012-01
0 737-3L9 (CFM56-3C1) (2760-27924, /95 HB-IIN), EX-(MRS), (DLH) MAINT, LST (PIE) 2001-05. RF (PIE) 2004-01. ST (TIH) WET-LST (JAF). VIP.
2 737-306 (CFM56-3) (2406-27420, /93 HB-JJC, 2012-02; 2438-27421, /93 HB-JJB, 2011-09), WET-LST (ECA) 2011-09, EX-(KLM), EX-(PH-BTE) AND 2012-02, EX-(KLM), EX-(PH-BTD). 12C, 108Y.
1 +2 OPTIONS 737-7AK BBJ (CFM56-7B26) (241-29865, /99 HB-IIO), (BCS) LSD 1999-12, (LTK) (DLH) TECH SPT. 1 WET-LST (DLH) 2002-05, WITH WINGLETS. EXEC. 44C.
1 +2 OPTIONS 737-7AK BBJ (CFM56-7B26) (408-29866, /99 HB-IIP), ROSEMEAD FINAN LSD 1999-10. (LTK) (DLH) TECH SPT. WITH WINGLETS. EXEC. 16F.
1 737-7AK BBJ (CFM56-7B-27B1) (1758-34303, /05 HB-JJA), SIEMENS LSD 2005-08. WET-LST (KLM). WITH WINGLETS. EXEC. 44C.
1 737-7CN (CFM56-7B26) (451-30752, /99 HB-IIQ), MATELA OFFSHORE LSD 1999-12. WITH WINGLETS. EXEC. 48C.
1 737-700 BBJ (CFM56-7B) (BOU) LSD, FOR WET-LSD (CSR) OPS 2005-01. WITH WINGLETS.
2 737-8BK (CFM56-7B27) (1588-33016, /04 D-ABPC, 2009-04; 1667-33021, /05 D-ABPD, 2009-05), (TCI) LSD, EX-(SCA), EX-(N807SY; & N808SY). WET-LST (DLH). WITH WINGLETS. 12F, 150Y.
1 737-86Q (CFM56-7B) (1600-30295, HB-IIR), (BOU) LSD 2004-11, WET-LST (CSR).
1 757-23A (RB211-535E4) (249-24527, /89 HB-IEE), EX-(AWW), (BAB) MAINT, (ETOPS) EQ'PD, FOR SALE, VIP. 60F.
1 757-236 (RB211-535E4) (610-25807, /94 HB-JJD "PENNY"), WITH WINGLETS. 25807; EX-OPEN SKIES (OPK), EX-(F-GPEJ), WET-LST (ECA) 2012-05. 24C, 40Y.
1 ORDER 767-200ER, 44F, EXEC:
1 767-306ER (CF6-80C2B6F) (781-30393, /99 HB-JJG), EX-(PH-BZO). (ILF) LSD 2006-11. TO BE RE-MARKETED BY BAE SYSTEMS 2010-08. EXEC.
1 767-316ER (652-27613, /97 CC-CBJ), WET-LST (ECA) 2014-09.
2/1 ORDER (2016-08) 787-800 BBJ DREAMLINER, EXEC. 250 PAX:
1 A319-111 (1598, D-ASPA), ex-(N990TA), (CIT) AEROSPACE (TCI) LSD 2015-12, PAINTED IN SAUDIA (SVA) COLORS.
1 A319-111 (1625, D-ASPB), EX-(N991TA), (CIT) AEROSPACE (TCI) LSD 2015-12.
2 A319-132 (V2524-A5) (1947, /03 D-APAA; 1955, /03 D-APAB), (TCI) LSD 2003-05, (PTG) WET-LST AIRBUS. 126Y.
2 A319-132LR CJ (V2524-A5) (1727, /02 D-APAC; 1880, /03 D-APAD), (TCI) LSD, (PTG) WET-LST (DLH) 2003-06. 48C.
1 GRUMMAN GULFSTREAM IV (TAY 611-8) (1093, /89 HB-ITX), EXEC. 10F.
1 BELL 214ST.
1 B AE 125-800B (TFE731-5R-1H) (258240, /93 HB-VLT), EXEC. 6F.
5/5 ORDERS BOMBARDIER CS100:
CHRIS RANDLE, CHAIRMAN (GVAPABA), DIRECTOR OPERATIONS.
GREG THOMAS, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
ANTONIO GOMES DE MENEZES, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) (2016-10).
I MCGRATH, MANAGING DIRECTOR.
DAVID HURLEY, (CEO) (STRATFORD, CT), SEE (FSG) (2001-03).
DAVE KINSON, (COO) (EUROPE & MIDDLE EAST).
ISABELLE DE MELO, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO) (2004-02).
MARK REICHIN, SENIOR VP CHARTER SALES (FSG).
CHRISTOPHER RANDLE, VP FLIGHT OPERATIONS.
DAVE PARKYN, VP ENGINEERING.
SCOTT ASHTON, VP AIRCRAFT SALES & ACQUISITIONS (2007-02).
PAUL DE SALIS, VP CORPORATE SHUTTLE.
VICTOR GROVE, VP CUSTOMER SERVICE.
BART SLAGER, VP BUSINESS PLANNING.
AURELIE BRANCHEREAU, DIRECTOR MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS.
NICK PARKER, ENGINEERING/QUALITY MANAGER.