Magellan Jets has launched a new Aircraft Sales andamp; Management division that is dedicated to assisting prospective and current aircraft owners with the purchase, management and optimization of their assets.
This change was done so in response to the growing needs of customers. Magellan opened its first private jet terminal at Laurence G. Hanscom Field (BED) in Bedford, Massachusetts, one of the busiest private airports in the country. This will be the home-base airport and Magellan's largest market.RELATED STORY:Magellan Jets brings back college tours with a special 15-hour card
The new initiatives paired with Magellan's existing platform will complete the aircraft owner's entire aviation portfolio. This portfolio includes acquisition, management services, guaranteed charter revenue, supplemental lift and on-premises airport facilities under one provider.
With these added services, Magellan will bring owners more convenient, dependable, transparent and expertly given guidance to customers. This level of service will be provided with an industry-leading commitment to service and safety, with the personalized touch Magellan promotes.
"Through our suite of On-Demand Charter, Membership, and Jet Card ownership options, we've always tailored our offerings to meet the full range of our clients' private aviation needs," Magellan Jets CEO and founder Joshua Hebert said. . "For those customers whose needs have evolved to require more usage, control, and consistency, we're pleased to continue to add value to their portfolio with our Aircraft Sales andamp; Management services—and we're thrilled to open our first private terminal right in our back yard in Bedford, where we'll be able to showcase the Magellan Jets difference on the ground as well as in the air."
The founders are ready to open the first private terminal in a location to service the Greater Boston community. Guests can enjoy a private space at Hanscom Field that caters to the needs of private travelers. There is a VIP parking lot, a private lounge, and top-shelf spirits and refreshments to enjoy before or after the flight. There is an executive conference complete with WiFi and telecommunications systems for any business needs. The facility will also be a base for the new Aircraft Sales andamp; Management division.
Magellan will work with customers on the acquisition of aircraft and provide full-service management with Magellen Jets Preferred Network (MJPN) partners that will offer infrastructure, support and resources for Part 91/135 certificate management.
The company will continue to give support to aircraft owners after the initial point of sale, using services to help them optimize their assets, improve their bottom line and improve their overall aviation experience.
"As a trusted partner sitting on the same side of the table as the customer, Magellan will guide prospective owners through the complex purchasing process, then work with them—or with those who already own aircraft—to craft a personalized management plan," Magellan Jets President and founder Anthony Tivnan said. "Because of our existing platform of charter and program solutions, we can guarantee aircraft owners charter revenue income to help offset their ownership cost. Owners will also have access to Magellan's full product portfolio for any supplemental flight needs, providing them with a limitless number of resources at their disposal."
Customers who manage their aircraft with Magellan will be able to see a complete financial performance for their jet, as well as real-time visibility of charter scheduling and revenue. This includes transparency with a full breakdown of costs associated with the operation, maintenance and crew expenses.
Owners also can access Magellan's global network of jets should they require it throughout the course of their ownership.