Jet It and JetClub thrive; adds 13 new aircraft in 2021

Private jet and fractional ownership company, Jet It, soars into 2022 with several outstanding achievements under its belt, exceling throughout 2021 at the top of a thriving industry.

Jet It marked a significant milestone: serving as Honda’s largest aircraft buyer and operator in the world. Honda recently announced the delivery of its 200th HondaJet and a fleet total of just over 98,000 flight hours.

The enormity of Jet It flight operations accounts for 10% of the global HondaJet fleet, and in only three years accounting for 17% of the total fleet hours. This year the Jet It global fleet reached 23 aircraft in operation adding 13 in 2021 year, including two Gulfstream G150 aircraft.

The company also added 70 new employees in the US and eight in Canada, growing over 150% last year. The global footprint for Jet It and JetClub operations in the US, Canada, and Europe exceed 160 employees.

“The Jet It model is the first of its kind, and 100% of our growth and awards are due to the tremendous talent we have throughout our organization,” says Jet It co-founder and CEO Glenn Gonzales.

УAs former Honda employees, Vishal and I are excited to extend our Jet It and JetClub HondaJet and Gulfstream fleet into more geographic regions and provide the opportunity for our global clients to experience more of life.Ф

УOur vision extends beyond transportation to enriching lives. Adding 13 new HondaJet and Gulfstream aircraft in one year is just the beginning of our plan to be of value to our customers and community.Ф