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Airshare is a private aviation company focused on fractional ownership, jet card services, whole aircraft management and air charter. It was founded in 2000 as Executive Airshare, and in 2018, the company re-branded as Airshare [1]. It utilizes a days-based model for its fractional ownership operations.


In 2000, Airshare was founded in Wichita, Kansas by partners Bob Taylor and Keith Plumb.[2] It began offering fractional aircraft ownership throughout the central United States. In 2004, Airshare moved operations to Kansas City, Missouri.[3] In 2016 the company announced a majority recapitalization agreement with Curran Companies, a longtime customer.[4]

Currently headquartered in Lenexa, Kansas, Airshare is led by president and CEO, John Owen.[5] The company has experienced considerable growth in recent years. It currently operates out of bases in Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, New York, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Wisconsin.[6]


Airshare's days-based fractional ownership program is designed to give customers control over their day and more flight time per share. The company operates an average of 12,000 flights annually.[7]


In recent years, the company condensed its fractional ownership fleet to the Embraer Phenom 100 and Phenom 300 aircraft for increased efficiency and customer experience.[8][9]

Notable Shareowners[edit]

In 2007, professional golfer Tom Watson became a shareowner with Airshare.[10] In 2018, Superbowl MVP and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes became a shareowner with Airshare.[11][12][13] Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is also a shareowner.



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