Wheels Up Stock

wheelsup.comTransportationFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $777.65MM

Wheels Up is the developer of a total private aviation solution that includes world-class safety, service, and flexibility through on-demand flights, membership programs, corporate solutions, aircraft management, whole aircraft sales, and commercial travel benefits through a strategic partnership with Delta Air Lines.

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Team

Management Team

Kenneth Dichter
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Board Member
John Colucci
President Europe & Founding Partner
David Kaufman JD
Co-Founder & Co-Chief Operating Officer
Jason Horowitz
Chief Operating Officer
Terrence Truta
Chief Technology Officer
Jim Pyne
Founding Partner & Chief Partnership Officer
Mark Sage
Chief Brand Officer
Gary Spitalnik
Co-Founder & Executive Vice President
Robert Withers
Co-Founder & Executive Vice President
Eric Jacobs JD
Chief Financial Officer

Board Members

Alan Goldfarb
Bill Allard
Chih Cheung JD
David Adelman
Kenneth Dichter

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News

Seattle Seahawks star QB Russell Wilson, his wife Ciara and private jet company Wheels Up start a meal donation effort with Feeding America as coronavirus layoffs lead to a spike in hunger.
The goal is to give more consumers access to private flying, which is more flexible than scheduled carriers.
New York aviation startup Wheels Up notched a $128 million Class D equity capital raise co-led by new investor Franklin Templeton.