The November 30th management webinar was highly detailed and provided a clear perspective on what Miami based Global Crossing Airlines has accomplished in a short period of time and the rapid pace of forecast growth. 

The company recently reported  Q3/21 financial results, which saw revenues come in at just over $3 million USD. It was the first quarter with revenues as GlobalX received certification just this past August. 

The market can draw its own conclusions on how quickly the company is growing when taken in context of the Q3 revenues and the fact, charter flights started in August with two aircraft. GlobalX will have six aircraft ready to fly for Q1/22. The coming year will see more passenger jets added to the fleet as well as the first three cargo freighters.  

Management’s target is to  grow the fleet to 50 by the end of 2025 with an even mix of both charter and cargo Airbus planes. 

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