Fractional-share provider NetJets Europe (Booth V53) is teaming with sister business units Executive Jet Management Europe (EJME) and QS Partners, a new company formed in February, to offer a dedicated “360-degree” product portfolio to European customers. All three are spawned by their U.S. parent company NetJets, which has a decades-long heritage of innovation in delivering business aviation services.
QS Partners is designed as a one-stop consultancy specialist dedicated to guiding new business aviation users, or those looking to make a change in how they access lift, including whole-aircraft brokerage services. QS Partners will work with NetJets sister company EJM Europe and NetJets Europe to give European clients the broadest overview of how to use business aircraft to their best advantage.
John Odegard and Seth Zlotkin are managing partners of QS Partners. Zlotkin said, “With the addition of QS Partners to the NetJets family, NetJets now delivers a full 360-degree product lifecycle, from charter and jet cards to fractional ownership, whole aircraft management and now aircraft brokerage in Europe. Even though we are a new company, we have the resources, the expertise, the capital strength and the global presence of NetJets.”
“QS Partners is the perfect complement to the services offered by EJM Europe,” added Gilles Marzouli, executive director of EJM Europe. “We look forward to working with QS Partners on bringing this exciting new 360 offering to the wider European market.”
In concert, the three business units can offer each client a full range of business aviation possibilities, from simple charter to full aircraft ownership, and everything in between. Understanding aircraft users’ needs and possibilities requires a wide range of expertise, and the trio of EJM Europe, NetJets Europe and QS Partners promises it has the bandwidth to deliver.