Ultra-long-haul charter specialist Planet Nine is displaying its newest Dassault Falcon 7X at the NBAA San Jose Regional Forum, held in California on September 6, 2018. The aircraft is the company’s second 7X. It features 16 VIP seats, including six sleeper seats.
Planet Nine secured its FAA Part 135 operating certificate in June 2018 and reports a positive entry into service. It has performed several charters into Europe, including London Luton Airport and runway-restricted Cannes Mandelieu.
It recently ran several charters into Honolulu International Airport, pre-hurricane. Other key charter destinations have included Nice, Geneva and Tivat Airport, Montenegro. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, with a staff of 28 full-time employees.
“I can’t say enough great things about my experiences with Planet Nine Private Air,” said Kim Scolari, CEO at independent US broker Jet Productions Worldwide, which is based in Van Nuys, California.
“I say ‘experiences’ because I keep going back to them. They just get better with each charter. Their attention to detail and customer service truly positions them in the five-star category of private jet operators. If I had to sum it up with one word, I would say they are a ‘stellar’ operator. Besides having gorgeous aircraft, they also care passionately about passengers’ onboard experience. Our experience as brokers too, is excellent. With our discerning A list clients, I have to present the very best aircraft and service and Planet Nine helps me shine every single time.”
“We are very proud that Planet Nine are regularly choosing the services of Harrods Aviation at Luton to support this exciting new addition to the long-haul charter market,” said Will Holroyd, sales and marketing director at Harrods Aviation, also exhibiting in San Jose.
“With so many of our regular customers flying between London and the major international US hubs, their fine long-haul offering, based on the popular Falcon 7X, is a welcome addition to the industry.”