JET CARD INSIDER: XOJET Mixes Its Owned Private Jet Fleet And Charter With Consultative Selling

XOJET has a different take on private jet membership

 

In an industry where salespeople are sometimes viewed as too aggressive, and where there are all sorts of independent contractor business models (for example bartenders and bottle hostesses) and other brokers who lack industry experience selling private jet services, there is often the perception that it’s all about closing the deal, and sometimes it is. 

Jeff Potter Leaves Surf Air; Shahani Now CEO Of ‘Netflix’ Private Membership Airline

The Pilatus PC-12 operator merged earlier this month with Texas-based RISE

 

As Surf Air Europe launches, Private Jet Card Comparisons can confirm that Jeff Potter has left the U.S. unit where he was CEO of the private flight membership company, which has popularized the single turboprop Pilatus PC-12. The move apparently took place earlier this month but has yet to be reported and the company, which is privately held, did not issue a press release. Wikipedia still lists Potter as the CEO

Private Jet Services Group Launches Limited Time 15-Hour Jet Card

Jet card hourly pricing is the same as 25-hour cards

 

Private Jet Services (PJS) Group is turning 15 years old, and while it is better known for its work doing live entertainment tours, political campaigns, road shows, sports team travel and corporate shuttles, it wants more people like you to know it also sells jet cards, which is the point of the 15-hour jet card (compared to the normal 25 hour jet card) it is offering to celebrate its milestone. 

Everything You Need To Know About Surf Air Europe

private jet membership comes to Europe

Private Jet by the seat comes to Europe

 

As previously reported, Surf Air Europe last week launched on June 23rd with a single route from London’s Luton Airport to Ibiza, Spain. London to Cannes starts on July 4, and after that Zurich looks like it will join the network in September. The U.S. by the seat private aviation membership provider has been operating since 2013. This demonstrates Surf Air’s confidence in expanding this service into Europe. 

Surf Air Makes A Low Key Launch In Europe

Surf Air has launched in Europe, and it has a big opportunity, particularly for Londoners, but it will need to get its act together to make sure it fulfills its potential. Its first flight was last Friday on June 23, according to several reports.

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