The fast-growing pay-as-you-go jet card provider is now offering deposit options, including a flight bonus of up to $10,000

This year Jet Linx reached the 100 million mile flight mark.

It added bases in Austin, Boston, Chicago, and New York at Teterboro. It expanded Nashville and opened a second St. Louis location.

It also struck an agreement with Forbes Travel Guide, launched a jet-sharing program, and signed an alliance with Southwest Airlines to combat the pilot shortage.

So it’s not surprising there was more news to be had from the Omaha-based private jet management company.

Jet Linx Flight Funds jet card deposit program

Jet Linx is closing 2019 with the launch of a deposit option. Previously its jet card was pay-as-you-go, which remains an option.

However, for members who prefer to have funds on deposit, Jet Linx is offering two options, including a flight credit bonus of up to $10,000.

It is also offering a rate lock through Q1 2020 for agreements signed before the end of the year.

Based on your deposit, you get a:

  • 3% rebate on deposits of $150,000 or more
  • 4% rebate on deposits of $250,000 or more

The way it works, Jet Linx will credit rebates to the member’s account after the deposited flight funds are used in full.

Rebates only accrue when the member makes an initial or renewal deposit of $150,000 or more.

Rebates can be used to pay for expenses billed under their membership agreement. The credits expire after 12 calendar months, so it makes sense to only deposit what you expect to use within your membership year.

In terms of your deposit, which Jet Linx terms Flight Funds, they are refundable at any time, less a 10% penalty based on the original amount.

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
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