Private Jet Card Comparisons – Know Before You Buy

What’s The Truth Behind JetSmarter?

JetSmarter has made splashy headlines in the private aviation space. It’s been called the Uber of private jets. It claims to be a Unicorn, a privately held company with a valuation of over $1 billion. On the surface, it seems like a great deal.

There are a number of membership options beginning under $10,000 per year and ranging up to $40,000. You then get to fly on private jet shuttles for free as well as take empty legs for free, in some cases getting the entire plane.

It sounds like a great deal, however, there are also a rising number of customer complaints, a senior executive recently resigned after he was alleged to have committed fraud in a previous company, and executives in the industry are still pondering if it has a viable business model. Read more…