Perfection at 43,000 feet
Jet It exceeds FAA standards for every flight to ensure the most pleasurable travel experience. Jet It hires only the best pilots and operators to serve our owners and passengers. The majority of our flight crew is composed of military veterans and second-in-command who have displayed incredible piloting proficiency well beyond the industry’s recommended qualifiers.
Each pilot is focused on mistake-free operations but is also keenly prepared to meet and exceed your service expectations. To ensure our safety record exceeds that of commercial airlines, we conduct continuous safety calls and attend industry conferences to remain updated on safety changes in the industry. In addition, we consistently audit our operations, both internally and externally, to ensure our procedures and practices remain in line with industry best practices.
At Jet It, personal development is as important as professional development. For this reason, we invite professional speakers who focus on leadership and decision making to speak to our entire operations team. As an aviation company run by aviators, we recognize that the error chain in aviation incidents typically begins with a poor decision. Thus, we focus on personal development in this area to ensure our pilots are better prepared to make sound decisions in a professional environment.
Beginner to Professional
Some Jet It pilots begin their aviation careers by learning the Jet It way of life through the country’s largest non-collegiate fleet of Cirrus aircraft and designated Platinum Cirrus Training Center. Once they meet the appropriate standards and demonstrate excellence in the skills required, they can apply to become part of the Jet It Operations Team as a First Officer.
Jet It Connected
November 25, 2020
CNBC's "Closing Bell"
Glenn Gonzales, Jet It founder and CEO, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to talk about the surge of demand of private flights for the holidays during the pandemic.
November 12, 2020
American Success: Air Force Vet Turned Private Aviation Disruptor
“Glenn’s plan involved charging three times less than other traditional private travel programs, while still maintaining the level of luxury that one would expect from flying on a private jet.”