At ASL and JetNetherlands, we continuously nourish new ambitious projects, not only to grow our business, but also to offer new and innovative travel solutions to our clients. We want to be at the edge of evolution and trends.
We also believe in growth through strategic partnerships and acquisitions. This why, in 2014, ASL and JetNetherlands decided to merge in order to become one of Europe's leading business jet operators. Both companies shared the same vision and the same philosophy, which is to offer excellence to its clients, at a competitive market price.
In 2011, we established the Elite Flying Club, which is the first "business aviation oriented" flying club ever created in Europe. The concept is simple, we wanted to generate interest in general and business aviation for business men and women who are not aware of how flying can improve their schedule and thereby their businesses. But we also wanted to offer an alternative to the traditional flying clubs by delivering high quality training on the newest generation of aircraft (Cirrus SR20) and trainind devices (Redbird full motion simulator)
In 2012, we created Blue Sky Aviation, a private club which offers its members the possibility to access aircraft which are not available on the commercial market. The club offers unique aircraft membership programs with great benefits and answers a demand for a new kind of air transport. We were among the first companies in Europe to launch this concept which is now being copied (but never equaled so far).
Over the years, ASL and JetNetherlands have proven to be very enterprising companies. And several new projects are still under development to better serve our clients worldwide. In 2014 only, the company introduced 4 new aircraft type in its operations with the very first European Cessna Citation Sovereign+, the first Dutch Bombardier Challenger 605, the first Dutch Embraer Legacy 600 and the very popular Cessna Citation XLS+. (Visit our Fleet page for more details about these aircraft)
The upcoming years will see the delivery of new airplanes of the latest generation, as well as the opening of new bases and offices.