Wheels Up Stock

wheelsup.comTransportation / Other TransportationFounded: 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
Jason Horowitz
Chief Operating Officer
Mark Sage
Chief Brand Officer
Eric Jacobs JD
Chief Financial Officer
David Kaufman JD
Co-Founder & Co-Chief Operating Officer
Terrence Truta
Chief Technology Officer
Gary Spitalnik
Co-Founder & Executive Vice President
John Colucci
President Europe & Founding Partner
Jim Pyne
Founding Partner & Chief Partnership Officer
Robert Withers
Co-Founder & Executive Vice President

Board Members

Alan Goldfarb
Bill Allard
David Adelman
Chih Cheung JD
Kenneth Dichter

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News Highlights

Wheels Up, Russell Wilson team up with Feeding America as pandemic, layoffs create hunger crisis

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.

Delta Air Takes Stake in Wheels Up, Provider of Private-Aircraft Services

The goal is to give more consumers access to private flying, which is more flexible than scheduled carriers.

Wheels Up Takes Flight With $128M Raise | PYMNTS.com

New York aviation startup Wheels Up notched a $128 million Class D equity capital raise co-led by new investor Franklin Templeton.
Updated on: Jul 16, 2024

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