Fractional Ownership Specialists
With 25 years of experience and 250,000 hours of flight time, Jetfly is a leader of fractional ownership in Europe for both business and private aviation.
The fleet of 65 Pilatus aircraft is now the largest in the world. It comprises of 50 PC-12’s and 15 PC-24’s.
The PC-12 is the most popular single-engine turboprop on the market as it is able to fly at high altitudes and can land at large international airports while at the same time servicing smaller airfields.
This enables Jetfly co-owners to land at destinations such as Gstaad-Saanen, Courchevel, Venice-Lido, London-Denham or St Tropez-La Môle.
For long-range destinations, Jetfly offers the luxury to fly in Pilatus’ newest super versatile jet, the PC-24. Within 2 years of its launch, the fleet has grown to 10 PC-24’s and the unique Philippe Starck livery has proven to be very popular amongst Jetfly’s 450 co-owners.
Jetfly is headquartered in Luxembourg and employs 450 people, which includes 200 pilots.
The fleet reaches 60 aircraft (48 PC-12 and 12 PC-24)
Post-Brexit launch of a Pilatus PC-12 business operation in the UK. First PC-12 training simulator center in Europe (i.e. Fly7 Training).
Jetfly has 350 Pilatus airplane co-owners.
Jetfly takes delivery of its first Pilatus PC-12 NGX and extends its Pilatus PC-24 fleet to 10 aircraft.
Jetfly acquires Fly7 and CaptainJet.
Founding of Jetfly Technik in Germany.
Jetfly takes delivery of its first Pilatus PC-24.
A 3rd Cessna Citation joins the fleet.
More than 10 000 hours are flown during the year.
2 Cessna Citation join the fleet.
Jetfly operates its 100,000th flight since inception.
The fleet reaches 19 aircraft.
Jetfly takes delivery of its 20th PC-12.
Jetfly takes delivery of the 10th Pilatus PC-12.
Jetfly places an order of 4 Pilatus PC-24.
The Socata TBM program is stopped in order to focus on the Pilatus PC-12.
The fleet reaches 10 aircraft including 5 Pilatus PC‑12.
The company takes delivery of twin engine Piaggio Avanti P180 and obtains an Operator Certificate.
Jetfly extends its fleet and takes delivery of its first Pilatus PC-12.
Incorporated in Luxembourg.
The company is launched as a private program with 3 Socata TBM 700.
The fleet reaches 5 Socata TBM.
The Jetfly Headquarters is located at 11 rue Jean Fischbach, L-3372 Leudelange in Luxembourg; here 250 people work in the Operations Center, Training Support and Administrative functions.
Jetfly is also a shareholder in an English company called Bournemouth Aviation Services Ltd located in Bournemouth, UK, as well as in a German company called Jetfly Technik located in Zweibrücken, Germany. Both of them are specialized in aircraft maintenance.