It’s a simple proposition: fractional business jet ownership is less complicated and less costly.
When NetJets created fractional aircraft ownership in 1986, something fundamental changed.
Instead of buying a private jet, you could buy a share in an aircraft based on the flying hours you actually need. Instead of owning a single jet, you got guaranteed access to the largest private fleet in the world. Instead of paying for every second your jet was parked on the tarmac, you could precisely control what you spent on flying.
Fractional ownership is simply a more intelligent approach to private aviation. It lets you enjoy all the benefits of flying privately, while only paying for the hours you fly.