New charter plane operator Elite Jets picks Naples base


Entrepreneur Daniel Randolph has chosen to headquarter his new charter service at Naples Municipal Airport in Florida.

Open for business from May 1, the service offers journeys on its fleet of five Embraer aircraft consisting of one Legacy 500 and four Phenom 300s.

Randolph Aviation, the parent company of, has purchased three 12,000ft² hangars at the Naples airport, including two floors of offices next to each. The airport was previously owned by London Aviation.

Randolph Aviation has also absorbed London Aviation’s operations, including its employees, its helicopter-based aerial photography and scenic tour services, and its hangar leases to other tenants.

Elite Jets expects to station two of its aircraft at executive airports in New York and Chicago, to bring them closer to its targeted customers.

Other on-flight benefits include cocktails with personalized napkins, a thank you gift on every flight, and liquors and gourmet snacks. A loyalty program will also make every sixth flight free.

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