SuiteKey members can join Concord’s jet card program with a reduced deposit of $25,000
Concord Private Jets rates were already among the lowest in the industry at $4,300 per hour for light jets, $,5400 for midsize, and $6,750 for super-midsize aircraft.
Standard Concord terms enable joiners to split deposits for a 25-hour jet card over 45 days.
However, Concord is offering better terms for JetSuite’s jet card fliers. For SuiteKey customers buying into the light jet program, the total would be $107,500.
You pay $25,000 to join, then make six payments of $13,750 every 60 days. Deposits are valid for 24 months with a rate lock. Unused funds can be rolled over into a new jet card or refunded at anytime less a 10% fee.
CEO Neal Impellizeri noted, “We also give upgraded catering complimentary, or clients can get a complimentary transfer to your destination when you land.”
Since JetSuite’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing Alliance Aviation, FlyExclusive, OneFlight International, and Wheels Up have all made special offers for SuiteKey customers who are likely to lose in total about $50 million in flight credits.