Air Partner is one of the few jet card sellers that is publicly traded
The one thing I’ve found about jet cards is while there are some similarities and many differences in terms of service areas, program features, rules and regulations, fees and so forth, one of the biggest differentiators is the company selling the jet card. The sellers range from boutique brokers with under 10 employees to subsidiaries of publicly traded companies such Delta Private Jets, Jet Aviation (General Dynamics) or NetJets (Berkshire Hathaway). Most, however, are privately held. Air Partner is rare in that it is publicly traded (in the U.K.) so its financial health is in full view, something we like. The flip side is there is no escrow option.