For a limited time, Privé Jets is offering an introductory 10 Hour Jet Card in conjunction with its 10th anniversary. The jet broker card will allow customers to access light to heavy jet category aircraft for both one-way and round trips at the same pricing as Privé Jets’ 25 Hour Jet Card, according to a press release. The company has also added 50, 75 and 100-hour cards, its COO Andres Arboleda tells Private Jet Card Comparisons.
The aircraft offered to cardholders are the model year 2000 or newer and ARGUS/Wyvern certified. Eligible flight destinations include the 48 contiguous United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, and several Caribbean nations.
The hourly rate for light jets is $4,290 per hour. Mid-size jets are $5,590 per hour. Super mid-size jets are $8,200 per hour while heavy jets are $11,810 per hour. Rates do not include FET and fuel surcharges.
Customers of its 25-hour jet cards also get a 15% discount off hourly rate for qualifying roundtrips. Canada, Caribbean and Mexico have a 10% surcharge, while peak day travel requires a 15% surcharge.
“Our hourly cards were designed to offer clients a considerable amount of value. Our cardholders benefit from having better control of their travel expenses and won’t have to guess at the total cost or worry about going over budget,” says Arboleda. “We know that staying within budget is of major concern and in response, we have taken steps to design our card program to address that concern.”