NetJets fractional owners and jet card customers won’t have to jam in with other private jet users when arriving and departing Minneapolis for the Big Game
With a cold weather location for Super Bowl LII, private jet traffic is likely to have shorter but much busier pre-and post-game peaks. Even during warm weather versions of the Big Game, FBOs are normally crowded with over 1,000 private jets and as many as 10,000 guests transiting through the private jet terminals. To make sure its customers have an exclusive experience, NetJets, which is expecting some 250 flights for the event, announced they are taking over an FBO for the use of their fractional owners and jet card customers only.
The members-only private jet company is selling members and non-members seats on private jet shuttles to the Super Bowl for $4,095 round trip
JetSmarter has announced today that they are offering private jet flights to Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII, from New York, Los Angeles and South Florida. JetSmarter is a members-only service, however, for the Big Game they are offering both non-members and members the opportunity to book seats on their scheduled private jet flights for $4,095 roundtrip, according to a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons.
With Guaranteed Availability and Fixed One-Way Rates, Jet Cards show their value against On-Demand Charter
You’re not from Philadelphia or New England. You don’t want to go Minneapolis to watch the Super Bowl. You want to get away from the cold to catch some sun. Or maybe you want to hit the slopes for the weekend. On-Demand Charter brokers like to call Jet Cards overpriced charter, and without doubt, you can sometimes get lower prices from shopping the charter market compared to your Jet Card. With the upcoming Super Bowl, we did a Private Jet Card Comparisons big battle pitting Jet Cards against On-Demand Charter.
JetClass offers scheduled flights on private jets without membership fees
By the seat, pay as you private jet operator JetClass is adding seven new routes in Europe with one-way fares starting as low as 390 Euros. The service, which doesn’t have a membership fee, sells individual seats on private jets with a fixed schedule. Passengers on these short flights benefit from using FBOs, private jet terminals, instead of having to transit commercial airport terminals, often cutting total travel time in half.