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Investing in a jet card or prepaid private aviation program can range from $50,000 to over $1,500,000.
Every jet card program varies in multiple ways from jet size to availability, travel policy for unaccompanied minors, charges to bring your pets, pilot qualifications, peak period surcharges, airplane sourcing standards, daily minimums, service areas where you can fly, extra fees, VIP perks, luxury partnerships, the scope of the company you are sending your money to, and everything in between.
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For advice on the best deals, Barron’s Penta turned to Doug Gollan, founder of Private Jet Card Comparisons, a modern-day online Kelley Blue Book for private jet cards that compares over 100 programs by 60-plus characteristics.
Journalist and jet expert Doug Gollan says doing your research is essential, which is why he founded privatejetcardcomparisons.com, a site designed to help you work out what suits you best.