adds Argus Registered Broker to credentials

By Doug Gollan, May 10, 2021

After last week’s announcement that had become a Wyvern Certified Broker, the jet card seller has become an Argus Registered Broker

New York-based jet card provider has become an Argus Registered Broker. It follows last week’s announcement that it had become the first U.S. Wyvern Certified Broker.

To attain registered status, a broker has to demonstrate ethical and legal business practices; compliance with applicable rules, regulations, and customer-dictated preferences; fiscal integrity and appropriate transparency throughout the transaction; resource mechanisms for complaints, disputes, investigation, and resolution; compliance with applicable rules, regulations, and customer-dictated preferences; perform due diligence on charter operators systemically and consistently; compliance with industry standards for charter brokers; aviation knowledge and brokering experience; passenger comfort and services, and employee hiring and training practices relevant to the business. offers jet cards starting at 20 hours across four cabin categories – light, midsize, super-midsize, and large cabin. Earlier this year, it added deicing at no additional charge.

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