Aircraft Management & Chartered Jet Services

A more successful approach.

We combine our expertise in private aviation with our growing network of customer referrals to offer the industry’s leading managed services program. Whether it’s helping you leverage the advantages of owning your own aircraft, or going the extra mile to navigate a charter flight, the approach we take to both is unparalleled.

Management Made Easier

Find out how our managed services can offer you more convenience, cost efficiency and flexibility day after day.

Aircraft Management

We manage over 50 jets ourselves, giving us the experience to help you leverage the benefits that come with sole ownership.

Charter Services

Over 18 years of experience with chartering aircraft, plus a customer service reputation on a higher level.

Frequently Asked Aircraft
Management Questions

What are the benefits to using Airshare to manage aircraft?

Fuel costs. Time commitment. Maintenance and repair. With all the variables that come with owning an aircraft, why fly solo? Gain more control, convenience and cost certainty by partnering with Airshare. Here are a few opportunities to gain more buying power and market leverage by teaming with Airshare to manage your aircraft:

  • $1.50/gallon average savings in fuel pricing
  • Discounts on insurance and pilot training
  • Preferred pricing on all approved 142 training facilities
  • The option to generate added revenue through our Airshare Charter Services

What destinations do you fly to?

Wherever you need to be. Airshare customers have access to approximately ten times the number of airports a commercial airline can fly to. Most of the time our customers fly within the United States, but we routinely fly to either coast and to Mexico and the Caribbean. We recently received Federal Aviation Regulation approval for operation of larger aircraft that can seat 10 or more to fly to Europe, across the Pacific, and throughout the world.

What is the cost of Airshare as my management company?

Fees are based on the type of aircraft and how it is operated. The cost of pilots, pilot training, hangar space, and how the airplane will be operated all are factored into our management fee. If you choose to place your aircraft under our charter certificate, additional management and other reasonable fees will apply. Contact us for specific details.

Do I need to hire a flight crew for my aircraft?

No. The Airshare Flight Services team will take care of all aspects of hiring and managing the flight crew. It is vitally important that you are comfortable and confident with your flight crew members. We continually strive to hire pilots and management staff that possess the professional competence and personal demeanor that give you that level of comfort and confidence.

Who performs maintenance on my aircraft?

Our experienced in-house maintenance staff will manage and perform the majority of all required maintenance on your aircraft at our facility. Routine maintenance inspections will be coordinated with you to determine times to minimize the impact on your flight schedule. Our impeccable reputation within the industry, as a result, we have the trust of manufacturers who regularly seek input from us on insights and troubleshooting relating to their aircraft. We will share this same information with you, as maintaining safety and optimal performance is always our highest priority.

What are the benefits of putting my aircraft on a charter certificate?

With as little as 15 hours of charter flights per month, we can offset as much as 40% of your annual operational budget. There is no limit to the number of hours you can charter your aircraft. With Airshare, you also have the benefit of leveraging our fractional customer base to drive even more demand.

How are Airshare Pilots trained?

All crewmembers are trained in strict accordance with the Federal Aviation Administration regulations. The comprehensive training required by the FAA incorporates the use of a full motion simulator to create emergency scenarios for the flight crew, and allows pilots to be prepared and well-trained to handle unlikely emergency situations.