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NetJets Europe

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.

There are two ways to join NetJets:

  •  Become a Shareowner by acquiring a share in a NetJets aircraft

You enjoy guaranteed access to your aircraft type or larger, anywhere in the world, at just 10 hours’ notice. Shares start from just 50 hours of flying per year – equivalent to a 1/16th share in an aircraft.

  • Become a Cardholder by purchasing a Private Jet Card

One upfront payment buys you 25 flying hours, with no capital cost and no commitment. We guarantee contractually that your aircraft will be available within 24 hours of your request.

If the solution that’s right for you isn’t immediately apparent, just talk to us. At NetJets, nothing is ‘off the shelf’. We’ll work with you to build an in-depth profile of your flying needs, and craft a programme that gives you the optimal balance of value, flexibility and performance.


Rise to the Challenge

The Signature Series welcomes the high-performing Bombardier Challenger 350 to the European Fleet.

Meet the Challenger 350

Fly NetJets App

The world is at your fingertips with the NetJets mobile app, available on the iPhone.

Learn More

Warren Buffett

In 1995, Warren Buffett bought his first share in a NetJets aircraft. In 1998, he bought the company. Why does the world’s third-richest man choose fractional jet ownership? Because in NetJets, Mr Buffett found the perfect mix of productivity, value and quality. And 5,000 flying hours later, he's still smiling.

When Warren met NetJets

Global 6000

Last year, NetJets placed the largest private jet order in aviation history. And this year, we take delivery. The Bombardier Global 6000 is on its way to NetJets, joining Europe’s largest and most advanced fleet of business aircraft. Ultra long-range and ultra quiet, it's an aircraft designed without compromise.

Discover the Global 6000