In 2001 Kenny Dichter started the The Marquis Jet Card program, to provide individuals and corporations with access to the NetJets fleet, with a commitment of just 25 hours at a time. With this recent acquisition, Marquis Jet becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of NetJets.
According to NetJets Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David Sokol (pictured left), “By bringing NetJets and Marquis Jet together we combine the unquestioned industry leaders in safety and Owner service and, simultaneously, we create the finest sales and marketing organization in private aviation.”
Kenny Dichter (pictured left), Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Marquis Jet Partners said, “Today, we look to our future. As part of NetJets, Marquis Jet can best capitalize on new opportunities over the long term and provide even greater value to our Marquis Jet Card Owners, which has always been our guiding objective.”
The decision to fully integrate the Marquis Jet Card program is part of the NetJets 10-year business plan, which also includes the consolidation of U.S.-based business functions and, most recently, an order to purchase up to 125 new Embraer aircraft.
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