With the increased demand for an elevated light jet experience, PrivateFly adds Light Jet Card Plus in Europe
Directional Aviation’s OneSky Flight continues its European product expansion with the debut of Light Jet Card Plus by PrivateFly. Earlier this month it launched Aviator, a dynamic pricing membership option.
The move comes on the heels of purchasing U.K.-helicopter operator Halo, an order for 200 eVTOLs, of which half will be based in London, and the launch of a Legacy 500 jet card in Europe by Flexjet. That came just months after launching a Flexjet fractional ownership program.
Marine Eugene, managing director in Europe for both Flexjet and Private Fly tells us, “As clients are becoming acquainted with more modern and spacious aircraft like the Phenom 300 for example, the market expectation for an elevated light jet experience is growing. By offering this new Light Jet Card Plus option, we have allowed our clients to choose between an entry-level card that is the most cost-effective – the Light Jet Card – and a new premium option for those who want more comfort and space.”
Featured aircraft include Embraer Phenom 300, Bombardier Learjet 75, Pilatus PC-24, and Citation CJ4. The hourly rate is €7,000, the notice period is 24 hours and there are only 15 peak days.
PrivateFly jet card benefits include a London airport helicopter transfer every year via Halo. Members also receive “one-of-a-kind experiences” with select European luxury hotel partners.
Directional bought PrivateFly in September 2018.