The upstart jet card seller focuses on turboprops, piston aircraft and light jets using a dynamic pricing model

 

Fall means football – college and pro – the baseball playoffs and World Series, or if you want a little action right away, the U.S. Open Tennis Championships that run from August 27 through September 9. Or perhaps you want to see a concert – Elton John’s “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour has 38 U.S. dates starting in September. StraightLine Private Air is offering vouchers up to $2,000 if you buy a jet card by September 21. 

 

Tom Filippini, the founder and CEO says his reasoning for focusing on events was twofold. First of all, trips to the game or a show are usually same day or next day returns, a particularly efficient way to use private jets since they fly with passengers – in this case, you and your group – on both legs instead of having to ferry back to base empty. Secondly, getting to the big game or event can often be a long drive but short flight. “Our model of using turboprop and piston aircraft is particularly well suited for these types of experiences,” he tells Private Jet Card Comparisons. StraightLine handles ticket reservations on your behalf.

 

StraightLine Private Air Jet Card Pricing and Discounts

 

Buy a $50,000 Flight Account Jet Card

 

– Receive $2,000 flight credit

– $500 ticket voucher toward your preferred entertainment experience

 

Buy a $100,000 Flight Account Jet Card

 

– Receive $4,000 flight credit

– $1,000 ticket voucher toward your preferred entertainment experience

 

By a $200,000 Flight Account Jet Card

 

– Receive $8,000 flight credit

– $2,000 ticket voucher toward your preferred entertainment

 

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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