The jet card seller has carved a niche in the market
In a continuation of our “Elevator Pitch” series, Anthony Tivnan, president of Magellan Jets gives you his best quick sales pitch. Next year, Magellan Jets turns 10 showing it has staying power among the ever increasing number of brokers who sell jet cards. The company does a good job balancing the hard sell which sometimes accompanies private aviation with a very good website where it regularly posts white papers about various elements of private aviation. There are also pilot and passenger reviews of various jet types. The company offers a variety of jet cards and enables you to customize your own jet card on its website.
Liberty Jet sells jet cards starting at $100,000
Private jet operator and management company Liberty Jet has launched a new website it says is “designed to make the private jet booking process more streamlined and efficient while retaining the human element of private aviation, a key part of the private flying experience.” The new site includes a private jet airport locator and a research section that allows a potential buyer to choose the right jet based on current market conditions.
The VIP perk is part of Sentient’s sponsorship of The Candy Store Cup In Newport, Rhode Island
Sentient Jet, a Directional Aviation company (think Flexjet), announced it is a supporting sponsor of the Candy Store Cup Superyacht Regatta 2017 in Newport, Rhode Island, starting today, for the second year in a row. The private aviation provider will be offering an exclusive jet card for attendees and participants. It will also be hosting a mimosa and prosecco bar at the Newport Shipyard throughout the weekend, among other special benefits for Sentient Jet Cardholders.
The Hawker 800XP 25-hour jet card from Magellan Jets costs $7,387 per hour
If you are in the process of buying your next jet card, Magellan Jets is giving those of you who sign on for its Hawker 800XP Membership two reasons to seal the deal: For a 25-hour membership members receive a complimentary aircraft upgrade on your first flight, and for the 50-hour membership, members receive complimentary aircraft upgrades on your first and last flights.
The private jet card provider announced former Virgin Australia COO Gary Hammes as its new boss.
According to a press release issued earlier today, Delta Private Jets has named Gary Hammes as President of the private jet operator. Hammes, the company said, will be responsible for “both financial and operational performance, growing the Delta Private Jets brand and the seamless travel solution, and transforming the customer service platform.” He replaces David Sneed who left without a formal announcement last month. Sneed’s departure was exclusively reported by Private Jet Card Comparisons on June 21, 2017.