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Outlier Jets celebrates fifth anniversary with plans for expansion and private offering

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Outlier Jets celebrates fifth anniversary with plans for expansion and private offering  - Business aviation publisher
Dana Ermolenko
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Outlier Jets is commemorating its fifth anniversary and announcing plans for expansion to meet the growing demand for private aviation services. With team members located in Virginia, New York, Massachusetts, Texas, Colorado, Michigan, Florida and California, the company provides exceptional private aviation services to Members in North America and over 95 countries worldwide.

Michael Farley, CEO of Outlier Jets, commented: "Our dedication to responsible growth in an era of constant change as well as an obsession with communication and detail have been the driving force behind our success over the past five years. As we chart our course for the company's expansion, we endeavor to find new investment and acquisition opportunities in 2023 while continuing to provide our clients with the exceptional experiences they deserve."

To advance its expansion plans, Outlier Jets is seeking full or partial acquisition opportunities of tenured Part 135 operators within strategic geographic footholds throughout the US market. The company aims to ensure the best experience for its members and aircraft owners. “We look forward to 2023 and advancing discussions with key executives from Part 135 operators with 10 or more aircraft under management,” said Michael Farley, CEO of Outlier Jets. 

Additionally, Outlier Jets is offering two exclusive private jet card promotions to mark the occasion. The first is a 15-hour demo jet card, providing customers with the chance to compare Outlier services to their current arrangements. The second offer is a 35-hour jet card, which comes with one complimentary hour. Outlier Jets was the first-ever provider to offer a refundable jet card in the market.





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