Mission: To enhance the life of each Owner, one exceptional travel experience at a time.
Discover the shared passion of five NetJets crew members and how they live it every day.
With NetJets, air travel is no longer a burden. It's an advantage. Not only will NetJets change the way you fly, it will transform your sense of what's possible.
The NetJets shared ownership program means you can access the largest private jet fleet in the world—without experiencing the complexities of whole aircraft ownership.
Every year, we invest $80+ million in pilot and crew training. That’s more than every competitor combined.
Our service-oriented culture seeks to enhance the life of each Owner, one exceptional travel experience at a time. Only NetJets makes private aviation seem effortless; we make the impossible possible.
That single word sums up the power, the privilege, and the possibilities of the NetJets experience.
Although our fleet is comprised of approximately 700 aircraft from a variety of aircraft types, every jet is designed with remarkable consistency and attention to detail. And waiting to take you anywhere.
THIS IS NETJETS
The pioneer in shared aircraft ownership
NetJets® Inc, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is the worldwide leader in private aviation. We own, manage, and operate the largest and most diverse private jet fleet in the world.
NetJets began in 1964 as the first aircraft charter company. In 1986, we pioneered the concept of fractional (shared) aircraft ownership, offering individuals and businesses all the benefits of whole aircraft ownership—and more—at a fraction of the cost. Today, NetJets offers a full range of private aviation solutions to satisfy almost every travel need, including the NetJets Share™, the NetJets Lease™, the Marquis Jet Card®, the NetJets Europe Private Jet Card, and other Jet Card programs.
The NetJets family of companies also offers aircraft management and on-demand charter services through its subsidiary, Executive Jet® Management.
A worldwide operation
NetJets is global with programs in the United Stated and Europe. You can access the NetJets fleet worldwide, so no matter where you fly with us, you always receive the same extraordinary service.
A Berkshire Hathaway company
As a Berkshire Hathaway company, NetJets has the unmatched resources and commitment to invest in whatever is necessary to provide the safest and most reliable private aviation service available.
An impressive list of Owners
The NetJets Owner roster includes some of the most successful people and companies in the world. This includes world leaders in business, sports and entertainment. Our services allow them to perform at their best and make the most of their free time.
The NetJets fleet
NetJets flies only the finest, most desirable jets in every cabin class from manufacturers such as Bombardier, Cessna, Dassault, Embraer, Gulfstream, and Hawker aircraft. The variety of aircraft gives NetJets customers the ability to accomplish any mission.
Our core benefits
NetJets offers competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package consisting of:
• Competitive Salary
• Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance (starting on the first day of employment)
• Health Savings Account
• Life Insurance
• Disability Coverage
• 401 (k) Plan with Company Match
• Company Paid Holidays
• Paid Time Off
• Employee Discounts
Ever wonder what team member life is like working for THE leader in private aviation? Get a view inside our NetJets Columbus, Ohio headquarters and learn why we are the #1 choice for private aviation travel. #OnlyNetJets
I have been working at NetJets full-time
Great company. Great benefits and pay
No downsides working at NetJets
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at NetJets (Miami, FL).
For a large company, the process was very efficient. Had an initial phone call with the regional sales director, then met with him in person about two weeks later. Overall it was a streamlined process.
The only negative in my opinion was the two months they took to make a decision and the fact that their sales force culture seems to sway to the fast and slick talkers rather than people with actual aviation experience.