The jet card and on-demand charter broker is hoping to get the word out that the popular Caribbean island has recovered from the hurricanes

 

Magellan Jets has signed an agreement with St. Barth Properties as its preferred private jet provider in advance of the peak winter travel season. The companies said the partnership is an effort to spotlight that the popular Caribbean destination is back and ready after last year’s hurricanes. 

 

In a press release, Magellan Jets said partnering with the villa rental agency gives it customers access to “the passionate, knowledgeable team of villa specialists at St. Barth Properties,” adding the agreement “was a perfect fit with both company’s unwavering commitment to creating amazing experiences.”

 

The St. Barth Jetaway package includes:

 

Private jet charters between the U.S. and San Juan; transfers between St. Barth and San Juan, and St. Marteen; gourmet French cuisine and champagne onboard; VIVRE Couture Palm luggage tags; Magellan Jets beach bags and towels; and of course, accommodations with morning delivery of fresh fruit and French pastries and evening turn service at select villas in St. Barth Properties’ Grand Cru Collection. Guests also have the option to extend the trip by one week to island hop with Worth Avenue Yachts. It announced a partnership with Worth Avenue Yachts earlier this year.

 

Magellan Jets Jet Card Pricing

Pricing starts at $50,000 for the week from the northeast and can vary depending on the villa selection, number of bedrooms used, and size of jet and departure city, according to the company.

 

Magellan offers both on-demand charter and jet cards, including a number of aircraft-specific jet card options, including the Hawker 400XP, Hawker 800XP, Falcon 2000, Gulfstream IV/IVSP and Gulfstream 450. Its light jet card starts at 25 hours at $5,090, including FET. You can read more on our Jet Card Insider report on Magellan Jets here.

About the Author Doug Gollan

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