As part of our service, AirSprint provides our Owners with relevant private aviation news and current updates about our company, values, and programs through our quarterly newsletter, To the Point.
The private traveler commands certainty on all levels. Due in part to market conditions and lifestyle trends, this is true now more than ever. At AirSprint, we understand.view full article
The super bowl is the biggest event for private jet travel. This year, over 600 private aircraft flew into New Orleans lakefront airport for Super Bowl XLVII. Typical weekend traffic at the airport is usually just 125 landings.view full article
Sean is our VP of Business. He oversees the sales and marketing for AirSprint. You can read more about how great we think he is here.view full article
As a company, we are in the midst of a transition that will ensure continued stability for the next decade.view full article
Things are looking up in the economy - and at AirSprint.
With the outcome of the recent United States Presidential election, improvements in the Canadian energy and U.S. technology sectors, and the overall uptick in the housing market, AirSprint President Chris Richer says he's conservatively optimistic about the future.view full newsletter
Fall 2012 marks a major milestone in AirSprint's 13 years of operation. Taking delivery of the first of 11 new airplanes in September 2012 officially launched its fleet conversion to the Cessna Citation CJ2+ aircraft (CJ2+). AirSprint Fraction Owners will continue to have access to the Pilatus PC12's during the transition, which will occur over the next 24-36 months.view full newsletter
Despite what some would have expected over the last several years of economic contraction, the U.S. luxury market expanded tremendously from $1.2 trillion in 2009 to $1.6 trillion in 2011. And while the U.S. will continue to be the single most important market for the luxury sector in the short term, China is poised to ultimately be the largest market for luxury products and services in the not too distant future.view full newsletter
Through 2011, Canada continued to be the largest trading partner with the United States, followed in rank order by China, Mexico, Japan and Germany. Over 8 million U.S. jobs and another 2 million Canadian jobs are directly linked to over $480 billion in bilateral trade that has resulted from the longstanding U.S.-Canada trade relationship.view full newsletter