What would you do with 10 HondaJets ???

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What would you do with 10 HondaJets ???

#1 Post by bizjets101 » Sun Nov 23, 2014 5:34 pm

There have been some big failures in the light jet market - from Day Jet in the USA to several companies in Europe that barely got off the ground and then went nowhere.

In Canada we have AirSprint - and in USA they have Wheels Up and JetSuite.

Of these JetSuite - which operate Phenom 100's and CJ3's - have grown to the 5th largest operator of bizjets in the USA by hours - in just 5 years.

So curious if you where to set up a service in Canada with HondaJets - Air Taxi, Membership, Franctional?, a combination - any ideas???
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Re: What would you do with 10 HondaJets ???

#2 Post by Cat Driver » Sun Nov 23, 2014 5:47 pm

I would operate them fractional under FAA part 91.

Far more sane compared to Canada.
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Re: What would you do with 10 HondaJets ???

#3 Post by hawker driver » Mon Nov 24, 2014 6:35 pm

Cat Driver wrote:I would operate them fractional under FAA part 91.

Far more sane compared to Canada.

All the fracs operate and train under part 135 ( charter rules).
The vast majority of the flying done is from card owners ( part 135 ) and not the "share" owners who fly part 91k.
A lot more people out there who have $100k for 25 hours rather then the 1/8 or 1/4 share price.
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