Charter platform PrivateFly appoints new president for the Americas

Private jet charter broker PrivateFly has announced the appointment of Gregg Slow as president of its Americas division, based in Boston.

Slow has 19 years of experience in the business aviation industry, including stints at XOJet, where he was chief client office, and NetJets, where he served as senior vice president.

“Gregg brings a wealth of industry experience to PrivateFly,” said Adam Twidell, CEO of PrivateFly.

“We are all delighted to have him on the team and look forward to seeing him lead PrivateFly to the next level in the US region.”

In addition to the Boston HQ, the UK-based company also has a sales office in Fort Lauderdale and sales teams across the US, which Is no responsible for half of its global flight sales, according to the latest quarterly trends report.

Slow’s role will be to lead commercial development in the Americas for PrivateFly, which was acquired by Directional Aviation subsidiary OneSky in September 2018, joining companies FlexJet and SentientJet.

“I am absolutely delighted to join PrivateFly at such a time of opportunity for the company,” said Slow. “There is huge passion and energy both within the team and as a client-facing brand.

“And with Directional Aviation’s OneSky behind us, we have a unique and compelling proposition in the market, on which we can now accelerate growth.”