PwC Flight Dept

zawillif

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Did a search and couldn't find anything. Current airliner trying to make the switch.

Does anyone have basic info on PwC's flight department? Number of aircraft, type of aircraft, any N numbers, and where they're based? Post or PM appreciated. Thanks.
 

BeeFCaKe

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Any idea what PwC stands for? A Search in NBAA dir did not like the acronym.


-CaKe
 

zawillif

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Any idea what PwC stands for? A Search in NBAA dir did not like the acronym.


-CaKe

PriceWaterhouseCooper. One of the Big 4.
 

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STBY for thread move.
 

getonit

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I used to work there as a management consultant, might have to go back to doing something like that but anyway. I am very certain they don't own an airplane or never have. They might have had something with a fractional but I don't know. Because they are a partnership, all of the expenses would get shared, therefore it would be of such limited value to only a few people that no one on the low end would want to subsidize it.
 

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STBY for thread move.
Figured this was the right forum for this thread, am I wrong? I was also told by my buddy that you were the person to ask when it came to anything corporate.
 

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They do not own aircraft. Management Horizons (consulting arm of PwC - now defunct) used to charter from time to time. Senior partners have "access" to corporate aircraft via Marquis Jet Cards, etc. But no flight department. Not cool for the big accounting firms.
 

zawillif

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OK question answered. Thanks for the info guys.
 
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