|Headquarters||Southampton, United Kingdom|
In October 2007, Club 328 was purchased by South of France based operator/broker; PlaneChartering.
Club 328 Limited held a United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Type B Operating Licence; it was permitted to carry passengers, cargo and mail on aircraft with fewer than 20 seats and/or weighing less than 10 tonnes. Club 328 Limited was a subsidiary of Corporate Jet Services Limited.
The airline was established in 2002. It operated as Calljet, then Ourjet, then Bookajet from 2003 until it was rebranded as Club 328 in 2004. It owned a subsidiary, Club Airways International, based in Geneva, Switzerland.
Club 328 signed a deal with security provider, Veritas International Consultants, to provide chaperones for some of its high profile customers.
Re-branded as PlaneChartering in October 2007, the Club 328 name ceased to exist in 2008. PlaneChartering went bankrupt in June 2008, with its Air Operator Certificate being revoked by the UK CAA.
The Club 328 fleet consisted of the following aircraft (at March 2008):
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