After putting its jet card program on hiatus Sept. 1, three weeks later Jets.com is selling cards again, with new options and some changes

Jets.com is selling jet cards again, just three weeks after it stopped. At the time, the New York-based provider said it would reassess its program amid record demand and industry challenges.

The relaunched program adds an entry-level tier, starting at 15 hours. It also adds an All-Access card, requiring a $250,000 deposit that features the ability to fly on all four private jet cabin categories without an interchange fee.

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Other changes include higher hourly rates, a move from 24 hours to 72 hours notice for non-peak departures, and more peak days.

However, Jets.com is reducing the daily minimum to 90 minutes across all categories as its standard while offering 120 minutes of inefficient flyers.

A spokesperson tells Private Jet Card Comparisons, “We like to be at 1.5 hour daily minimums, however, there are still certain cases of two-hour minimums, especially being that we do not say no to anyone.”

In other words, minimums are something you need to confirm and negotiate.

There is also a bonus hour if you buy 50 hours as well as other incentives, according to the spokesperson. All programs include deicing and FET in your hourly rate. One other change is a high-density airport surcharge.

Jets.com made news when it joined NetJets and its aircraft management arm Executive Jet Management in halting card sales.

Previously, the company had bought charter operator Pittsburgh Jet Center to create an in-house fleet for its jet card customers. It also became Wyvern’s first certified broker in North America.

Complete details have been updated in the Private Jet Card Comparisons database.

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