When you buy a NetJets Share™, you own an interest in a specific serial-numbered aircraft from the NetJets fleet. A NetJets Share costs you a fraction of the price of owning a whole aircraft, provides you with greater flexibility than owning a single aircraft and you don’t have to worry about managing it. With as little as four to six hours’ notice, your jet or an identical one from the NetJets fleet, will be ready and waiting for you.1

A NetJets Share™ is ideal for anyone who flies 50 or more hours per year and wants the advantages of owning an asset.

Fractional Jet Ownership

Enjoy all the advantages of whole aircraft ownership and more – without the management responsibilities.


Share sizes start at 50 annual flight hours and increase in 25-hour increments. Simply choose the aircraft type(s) and share size(s) that are best for you.

Access an entire fleet

If your aircraft type doesn’t suit you for a particular trip, you may request an exchange to another aircraft type in the NetJets fleet to better satisfy your specific trip requirements. Or if you’re traveling within Europe, you can take advantage of the inter-program exchange with NetJets Europe.3

Travel on your own terms

  • Enjoy guaranteed aircraft availability with as little as four to six hours’ notice depending on aircraft type
  • Fly on your schedule
  • Choose from many more airports than commercial carriers

Payment structure

Fractional jet ownership is similar to full aircraft ownership from a tax and legal standpoint, so purchasing a NetJets Share offers you all the financial benefits of a capital equipment acquisition. Your costs are predictable and include the following:

  • One-time acquisition fee – based upon share size and aircraft type.
  • Monthly management fee – covers indirect operating costs such as pilot salaries, training, hangar use, liability insurance, and Owner Services support.
  • Occupied hourly fee – covers direct operating costs such as maintenance, landing fees, and standard fuel. You are billed as you fly and only for occupied flight hours – wheels up to wheels down – plus six minutes of taxi time at the beginning and end of each flight.
  • Other fees – include hourly fuel fee, fuel tax surcharge, Federal Excise Tax (if applicable),  international fees (as applicable), and ground transportation, if requested

NetJets Differences

NetJets sets the standard in luxury private and business aviation. Here are three examples.

Highest flight safety standards

Highest flight safety standards

The safety of our Owners and their guests is paramount and the foundation for everything we do. In fact, NetJets sets the standard for the industry. For instance, most recently in March, 2013 NetJets announced obtaining Level IV of the FAA's Safety Management System (SMS) pilot program. NetJets is the first and only fractional private jet operator and fixed wing Part 135 operator to achieve this level of flight safety certification. NetJets also has the most stringent maintenance and operational procedures. We perform exhaustive security checks before every flight. And we buy only the best jets equipped with the most advanced safety equipment.

Unmatched Industry Experience

Unmatched Industry Experience

NetJets manages over 300,000 flights annually to more than 170 countries. Not only did we invent the fractional private jet ownership industry, but also we’ve flown significantly more hours than all other private aviation companies combined.

A Berkshire Hathaway company

A Berkshire Hathaway company

NetJets is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway. This financial backing allows us to spend whatever it takes to offer you the safest, most secure private jet service and provides you with additional confidence in the security of your investment.

Take an in-depth look at these and other NetJets differences

Why NetJets

Save Time By Flying On Your Schedule

With NetJets Share™ you can go where you want, when you want. And in significantly less time than if you had flown commercially.4

Plan a real journey and see how easy life is with NetJets

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Fleet Overview

Our aircraft accommodate from 7 to 14 passengers with flight range capabilities up to 7,700 miles. Whatever your private aviation need, we have the right jet for you.

The safest and finest fleet in the industry

Fleet overview

The Fine Print

Essential details you should know.

1 Peak Period Days

More notice is required for flights on the designated Peak Period Days – days that typically surround holidays and special events when the anticipated demand for NetJets aircraft is particularly high. Owners of a NetJets Share™ have no more than 10 Peak Period Days per year which require 48 hours advance booking notice. 

2 Repurchase of your share

After your minimum commitment term, NetJets offers guaranteed liquidity and guaranteed repurchase of your share at fair market value less a remarketing fee. 

3 Flying within Europe

Owners can fly to Europe via NetJets or commercial airline, and then request the use of a NetJets Europe aircraft for flights throughout the European continent. When exchanging to aircraft in the NetJets Europe program, flight hours are based on predetermined inter-program exchange rates (adjusted monthly based on the currency exchange rate) between the NetJets U.S. aircraft type in which an Owner has a NetJets share, lease, or card and the NetJets Europe aircraft type requested. Given the higher cost of operating in Europe, the inter-program rates for exchanging to a NetJets Europe aircraft are higher than those for comparable aircraft exchange within the NetJets U.S. program.

4 Save time by flying private

Flight times are estimates based on four passengers flying at high speed cruise and include 0.2 hours for taxi time. Actual flight times may vary depending on aircraft type, passenger load, cruise speed, routing, weather conditions, and passenger load. The NetJets recommended arrival time of 15 minutes prior to departure is also included in the flight time estimates. 

Commercial flight times are estimated based upon scheduled commercial airline service and include flight time, stopovers where applicable, FAA-requested arrival time of 90 minutes prior to departure when checking baggage, and 30 minutes post flight for baggage claim. Commercial flight times are based on the average flight time and available routes and schedules posted on 

NetJets’ recommended arrival time for international trips is 30 minutes prior to departure, which is also included in the flight time estimate above.


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