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Easy to use mobile interface provides real-time access to NetJets fleet and customer service team with the touch of a screen.

NetJets, a Berkshire Hathaway company and the worldwide leader in private aviation, has unveiled a mobile iPhone app, making it easier than ever for its customers to book flights, update personal travel needs, review flight status and speak to their dedicated customer service teams.

The NetJets customer app is a clean, intuitive interface that provides all the details about a customer’s jet, crew and unique travel experience. It provides a convenient way to access the NetJets fleet of over 700 aircraft world-wide, including its new Signature Series fleet which includes the Global 5000 & 6000, the Challenger 350, the Phenom 300, and coming soon to the fleet, the Citation Latitude and Challenger 650.

“We are constantly seeking new ways to save our customers time and simplify their travel experiences. Mobile accessibility is something we’re excited to offer as a quick, one-touch solution for all of our customers’ travel needs,” NetJets EVP of Sales and Marketing, Patrick Gallagher said. “In the last year, we received about 20,000 bookings through our online customer portal, which demonstrates the demand for secure and convenient access to NetJets. Our new app is a great way to provide the information they need, when they need it and it is just one more way to enhance our customers’ overall experience.”

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