The New York-based jet card brokers is reporting 32% sales growth

Powered by 32% growth year-over-year compared to 2018, New York-based jet card broker JetSet Group will launch an advertising campaign on CNBC starting tomorrow. Included will be digital advertising and sponsorship of its ticker.

“We are looking to target more C-suite clients with this upcoming campaign,” JetSet Group Steve Orfali tells Private Jet Card Comparisons.

Jet card deals

In concert with the launch of its new marketing efforts, JetSet is offering two free hours when buying a 50-hour jet card through the end of April 2019.

JetSet offers two tiers of jet cards across four cabin size categories – light jet, midsize, super midsize and large. Entry level is 25 hours at $125,000 excluding 7.5% Federal Excise Tax. The company requires charter operators to hold Argus Gold, Wyvern Wingman or IS-BAO Stage 2. Programs are refundable less a 20% fee.

5-hour lead time for reservations

JetSet has the second lowest lead time for bookings – just 5 hours – of all jet cards with guaranteed availability and fixed one-way rates, according to the Private Jet Card Comparisons’ database. On 19 peak days lead-time is 24 hours. Cancellation window is 72 hours and 96 hours, respectively.

Daily minimum is 105 minutes across all its cards making its large cabin with no segment minimums. Select Jet Card at $9,400 per hour excluding FET particularly attractive. JetSet jet cards don’t charge for taxi time.

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