The SkyCard has a 4-hour call out and no peak days or peak day surcharges
If it’s the end of the year, it’s time for private jet card sellers to offer incentives for you to sign up for their programs. New York-based Star Jets International is unveiling a limited time10-hour SkyCard. “It’s the best stocking stuffer you anyone can receive. You will certainly have a happy holiday if you are giving or receiving our SkyCard,” says CEO Ricky Sitomer.
The SkyCard jet card comes with fixed pricing, including 7.5% Federal Excise Tax (FET). There are no peak days or peak day surcharges so even if you already have a private aviation solution, that is a nice feature and might be worth buying for yourself. The four-hour lead-time for reservations is also best in class.
Sitomer says the with the jet card “you know exactly what you get and at what cost–which is typically 15-20% less than booking individual charter flights.”
How much do Star Jets’ 10-hour jet cards cost?
– Light Jet ($57,917)
– Medium Jet ($66,250)
– Super Mid Jet ($91,250)
– Heavy Jet ($99,583)
– Premium Heavy Jet ($116,250)
Earlier this year, Star Jets announced it was looking to acquire other brokers. The company also began accepting Bitcoin for payments so you can use your Bitcoin profits to buy a jet card for the holidays.