Gloucestershire’s Little Jet Company expands again

The Little Jet Company

An Executive Jet Company, based at Gloucestershire Airport, has expanded again. The Little Jet Company has welcomed another aircraft to its fleet and now has a base at a third UK airport.

The Little Jet Company has also just enjoyed its busiest summer on record as the numbers seeking to fly by private jet increase.

Director Jason Bishop, said: “We are delighted to say that we are continuing to grow and we are feeling optimistic about the future.”

The Little Jet Company has opened a new base at Brighton City Airport, offering a luxury service for business and leisure clients. The company already has a base at Gloucestershire Airport and at Bournemouth Airport. It has also welcomed another aircraft to the fleet, an eight seat King Air 200 which will be based at Brighton City Airport.

Jason added: “Opening a base at a third airport is a significant milestone for The Little Jet Company. We are also pleased to welcome a new crew on board.”

Brighton City Airport, also commonly known as Shoreham Airport, was founded in 1910. It is a major base for flying activities on the south coast and for those conducting business in the South East of England. It provides an excellent entry and departure point for Western Europe and the Channel Islands with easy access to Gatwick Airport, London and the rest of the UK.

The Little Jet Company is run by Jason Bishop and Barry Preece who met at school. They offer privately owned jets for charter, management of aircraft, and ground handling services.

The company was  awarded its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) by the Civil Aviation Authority, the UK’s aviation regulator, in June 2020.