VistaJet, the leading Global business aviation company, provides exceptional standards of quality, style and service. Our global strategy of connecting our customers to every corner of the world with point-to-point coverage has made us the world leader with unparalleled experience flying in to and out of the hardest to reach destinations. Since the company’s inception in 2004, VistaJet has visited 186 countries, landed at 1,260 airports worldwide, flown over 150,000 passengers on 63,000 flights…and counting.
The benefits of a private jet without the responsibility of owning an aircraft. Flight solutions designed for high-net-worth individuals, entrepreneurs and corporates needing to fly regularly with guaranteed availability and fixed price per hour.
For discerning travelers who fly occasionally, the VistaJet experience offered through ad hoc flights based on availability. A VistaJet team of experts is available 24 / 7 for direct consultation or requests via aircraft broker services.
News from the web
The expanded VistaJet fleet sees an increase in the U.S. portfolio to include service on Challenger 350 aircraft, licensed air carrier to be appointed.
Vistajet says farewell to its last learjet and begins new chapter with all challenger and global aircraft fleet.
VistaJet US now has a dedicated sales and marketing team: Ron Silverman, President, VistaJet US Tom Thynne, Sr. Vice President, Sales Katelyn Kaye, Vice President, Sales Thomas Fry, Marketing Director, Americas
VistaJet, the leading global business aviation company, is adding US $320 million worth of new aircraft to its fleet as part of its on going worldwide expansion strategy.
Thank you to everyone who participated in round one of the VistaJet Planespotter 2014 photo contest. Enter now for a chance to win a VistaJet Global 6000 desktop model and a VistaJet grey leather duffel bag.
Thomas Flohr owns VistaJet, the fastest-growing private jet company in the world. During the financial crisis, when rivals were cutting down on spending, he forged ahead, spending more money and making more orders. He joins us on High Flyers to talk about his flight plan to success. (Source: Bloomberg)