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Jet card and charter broker Magellan Jets is continuing its luxury villa rental partnership with St. Barth Properties
Pricing starts at $88,200 for roundtrip private jet travel from the Northeast U.S., including a one-way villa stay
Magellan Jets will again serve as the preferred private jet provider for St. Barth Properties, the company announced. Packages include pricing for both private jet travel and villa rental, plus extra amenities, and can be customized to your needs.
The jet card broker is consolidating to have just one published program for each cabin size category – light, midsize, super-midsize, and large jet
U.K.-based private jet broker Air Partner, which offers fixed-rate, guaranteed availability jet cards for service areas in Europe, including the U.K., the Middle East, and North America, is phasing out its JetCard Sterling as a published offering.
The Sterling level program offers aircraft averaging 10 years old but didn’t guarantee the age of planes, so inventory included pre-2000 model private jets.
With the move, it will now offer singular pricing based exclusively on aircraft that meet its sourcing standards, instead of offering two levels of pricing, one for newer and the other for older jets.
Private jet charter broker PrivateFly has released data on charter pricing, as well as preferred cabin size and jet models
While Brexit and some of Europe’s sputtering economies may be making headlines in the business press, Directional Aviation’s PrivateFly said it enjoyed a 26% jump for flights in Europe during the third quarter of 2019, compared to last year.
Adam Twidell, PrivateFly’s CEO said, “Demand growth was generated from new and existing PrivateFly clients, and from our extended OneSky family (and) Our market-leading pricing, including the certainty offered by our fixed-route City Pairs offer on the Nextant 400XTi and Legacy 600.”
The company also released data on charter pricing, as well as preferred cabin size, jet models, and demographics.
According to PrivateFly, the Top 10 destinations for its clients is led by London, followed by New York, Nice, Ibiza, Paris, Milan, Palma de Mallorca, Zurich, Olbia, and Cannes.
JetSuite plans to offer similar health tech solutions for both JetSuite passengers and employees.
Hyperice, known for its presence in the professional sports and fitness industries, announced its first-ever health technology aviation partnership with JetSuite, designed to enhance pilot wellness and performance.
The partnership gives JetSuite pilots access to Hyperice’s recovery and mobility devices which help to relax and loosen muscles, increase circulation and enhance the range of motion and flexibility.
Our partnership with Hyperice was developed to increase the long-term wellness of our pilots through leading recovery and mobility devices that help offset the physical demands of flying. After all, they are our athletes in the sky.Stephanie Chung, president of JetSuite
In a press release, Hyperice said, “Pilots’ health and wellness can often be compromised due to an irregular diet, sleep pattern, and exercise schedule. Their daily regimen is imperative to ensure they stay healthy and perform at the safest level.”