New members of Magellan Jets can get up to 12 free hours of flight under the new jet card promotion

 

Magellan Jets, which offers on-demand charter and jet cards, has launched a second promotion to celebrate its first decade, this one is valid until May 31, 2018, meaning you must have fully funded your account by that date to get the freebies. Several weeks ago we told you Magellan was offering a 10-hour jet card (compared to the normal 25 hours starting point) during the last 10 days of each quarter. So, what’s the new deal? 

 

Open to new members only, for every 25 hours purchased (up to 100 hours), members receive one, two or three complimentary hours. If you buy and fund a 25-hour Medium Jet card by the end of May, you get an extra hour free. If you buy 25 hours on a Super-Mid aircraft, you get two free hours, and for those of you who are purchasing a Heavy jet card, you get three free hours when you buy 25 hours.

 

For the first time, Magellan is allowing a membership promotion to be combined with its customized Bespoke Membership tool. On top of free hours, you can add in perks, including 18-month rate and fuel lock, 25% fuel discount, 50% off peak surcharge, waiver of interchange fees, and free aircraft upgrades. You can purchase up to 100 hours as part of the promotion with a minimum of 25 hours, so if you bought 100 hours on a Heavy Jet you would get 12 free hours.

 

Below are sample 50-hour membership hourly rates for select aircraft if you were to take advantage of the new Magellan Jets promo:

 

Hawker 400XP = $5,119 per hour| $400 Hourly Savings

 

Citation X = $8,129 per hour | $600 Hourly Savings

 

Challenger 300 = $9,068 per hour | $800 Hourly Savings

 

Falcon 2000 = $11,678 per hour | $1,000 Hourly Savings

 

Gulfstream G450 = $13,320 per hour | $1,000 Hourly Savings

 

There’s more information about the offer here, and you can read our Jet Card Insider of the Magellan Jets program here.

 

About the Author Doug Gollan

I am Founder and Editor of Private Jet Card Comparisons, the only independent buyer's guide to jet card membership programs, and DG Amazing Experiences, a weekly luxury travel e-newsletter for private jet owners. I am also a contributor to Forbes.com