JetSuite is offering a “first flight free” discount when you activate or renew a SuiteKey account through the end of June. According to the jet card membership provider, the discount is to celebrate its entry into private jet management.

 

The discounts equate to a $2,000 discount with a $50,000 membership and a $5,000 discount with a $100,000 membership or above, according to an email it sent.

 

JetSuite offer four programs under the SuiteKey branding. Additional levels include $200,000 and $400,000. They are part of the over 100 programs you can compare as a registered user at Private Jet Card Comparisons. Hourly rates start as low as $3,575.

 

Programs give you access to its fleet of Embraer Pheonom 100, Cessna Citation CJ3 and Embraer E135. Service area includes the Continental United States; plus parts of Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean, including Canada. The privately held company counts among its investors and board members JetBlue founder David Neeleman and it has a marketing relationship with the commercial airline.

 

JetSuite’s programs have only a 48-minute minimum for flight time making it a program to look at if you do mainly short hops. JetSuite’s programs are based on its owned and managed fleet, however there isn’t guaranteed availability. For trips JetSuite can’t fulfill, it offers a brokerage service offering $500 in flight credits for bookings up to $30,000, including Federal Excise Tax, and $1,000 in flight credits for bookings of $30,000 or more, including Federal Excise Tax.

 

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About the Author Doug Gollan

I study and write about Ultra High Net Worth (UHNW) consumers, luxury travel, the business of luxury and private aviation, particularly jet cards