The companies below all provide fractional aircraft ownership. You'll find companies offering ownership in all types of planes from heavy executive jets to single engined turboprops. The table includes the geographic area that the fractional program is available in.
|NetJets||Light, Mid, Super-Mid, Heavy||No||Global|
|FlightOptions *||Light, Mid, Heavy||No||North America|
|Flexjet||Light, Mid, Super-Mid, Heavy||No||North America|
|Nicholas Air||Light, Mid||Pilatus PC-12||North America|
|Executive AirShare||Light||King Air||Mid US|
|PlaneSense||No||Pilatus PC-12||Eastern US|
|The Company Jet||Light||No||Mid US|
* FlightOptions have announced that they are transitioning to be an on demand charter provider, and many of their fractional customers have moved over to sister company Flexjet.
Some fractional programs are small with only a few aircraft, operating out of a couple of airports and serving a regional marketplace. Others are larger national or international programs, with large fleets comprised of a variety of aircraft types. If you know of a Fractional Company that you would like to see added please Contact Us.
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