New Pacific Airlines to Deploy VIP Configured B757 Fleet

Two New Pacific Airlines 757 aircraft parked together.
Photo Credit: Elevate Aviation Group

Elevate Aviation Group and New Pacific Airlines continue to build on their recently formed partnership. The collaboration has jointly announcing plans for a new fleet of three, all-business class aircraft configured for 78 passengers.

The two companies have already seen unprecedented demand with their unified offering and anticipate the requirement to intensify through the summer and fall.

Surge in Demand Drives Expansion

Private Jet Services (PJS), a subsidiary of Elevate, has seen a surge in requests for the VIP-configured 757s from a wider range of industries beyond their initial sports clientele.

Hospitality, MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions), and corporate shuttle programs are all showing significant interest.

“Our top priority remains delivering the safest and most advanced aircraft to our mission-critical clients,” commented Lezlea List, President of PJS.

“This partnership is a game-changer for our product offerings, allowing us to cater to a broader client base.”

Two parked New Pacific Airlines aircraft.
Photo Credit: New Pacific Airlines

Rob McKinney, CEO of New Pacific Airlines, expressed his continued enthusiasm for the partnership. “We’ve collaborated with various companies throughout our history,” he said, “but Elevate Aviation Group’s professionalism truly stands out.”

“Their unique value proposition and extensive experience in large group charters allows both companies to leverage our strengths and deliver unparalleled service.”

Scaling Up for Peak Season

The partnership anticipates further growth as more aircraft join the New Pacific fleet in the coming months. This expanded fleet will be instrumental in meeting the surge in demand expected as professional and collegiate sports return for their fall seasons.

A Recent Aviation Partnering

When the partnership launched in March, both leaders expressed optimism. Rob McKinney, CEO of New Pacific Airlines, stated, “This collaboration is a testament to our commitment to providing unparalleled travel experiences.”

“We’re thrilled to work with Elevate and PJS to grow the fleet and meet their client demand. Together, we’ll set new benchmarks for excellence in the private aviation sector.”

Randy McKinney, President of EAG, echoed these sentiments. “New Pacific’s talented team and exceptional aircraft perfectly complement our large group charter services. This collaboration will further solidify our ability to exceed client expectations.”

Northern Pacific 757 nose
Photo: Thomas Saunders/AviationSource

About the New Pacific Fleet

The current New Pacific fleet boasts Boeing 757 airliners featuring a comfortable three-class configuration of 16 first-class seats, 36 premium economy seats, and 129 standard seats.

Each aircraft provides passengers with a best-in-class experience thanks to Ku-band satellite Wi-Fi and in-seat power.

Shifting Gears: All-Business Class Takes Flight

The partnership initially planned for a VIP configuration with 76 luxury seats for rollout in Q3 2024. This was considered most appropriate for professional sports teams, top-tier music touring acts, corporate shuttles, and college sports team travel.

PJS and New Pacific are now poised to leverage this unique all-business class fleet. It will seek to cater to a diverse range of clients across various industries.

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