LunaJets topped $100 million in annual revenue in 2021, marking the first time in private jet charter broker's 15-year history to have reached this milestone. The Geneva-based company said it saw a 65 percent increase in flight volume compared with 2020 and a 40 percent gain from 2019.
“We beat our record of new clients, with over 1,100 in 2021, with an unprecedented level of clients switching suppliers and newcomers into the industry,” said LunaJets director of sales Guillaume Launay. “Most of these are leisure clients, which this year represent nearly 70 percent of our activity, compared to around 50 percent in 2019, whereas our business clients have dramatically reduced their flight hours.”
In addition, the company last year opened an office in Monaco, adding to its locations in Paris and London; doubled its information technology and digital investments; started accepting crypto payments; and offered carbon offset programs. Looking ahead, LunaJets plans to expand its offices this year to Moscow, Dubai, and Riga, Latvia. It also is projecting 20 to 30 percent growth this year.