Jet Edge expands capped rates and long-flight discounts for members of its Reserve jet card membership program
After passing the $100 million sales mark for its as available Reserve jet card program, Jet Edge is expanding transcontinental and long-flight discounts. It also debuts $54,900 one-way large cabin rates from California to Hawaii.
Jet Edge is adding a new Challenger program on its Challenger fleet of 300/350/605/650 series for transcontinental rate priced at $39,900, plus FET.
Its large cabin rate, launched earlier this year, is now $42,950, plus the 7.5% tax.
Both are, as available, with a minimum notice of five days on non-peak dates.
Flights are on Jet Edge’s Challenger and Gulfstream large-cabin fleet, so customers get a six-foot-high standup cabin.
Additionally, the charter operator adds capped rates for flights over four hours. That opens more markets. Included is city pairs such as Boston to Las Vegas or Washington D.C. to Scottsdale and destinations such as Bozeman, Aspen, and Nashville.
Previously capped rates were limited to arrivals and departures within 250 miles of Los Angeles-Van Nuys, Oakland, Dallas, New York-Teterboro, and Miami-Opa Locka.
“This expands the number of customers and markets for us,” Chief Commercial Officer Jonah Adler tells Private Jet Card Comparisons.
Jet Edge is offering 7.5% in credit bonuses for customers who deposit at least $500,000 into a Reserve account through the end of the month.
The operator plans to add three dozen large-cabin and super-midsize jets through the beginning of next year. It was the eighth largest operator based on Part 91k/135 flight hours through June.
Jet Edge celebrated its 25th of 35 new deliveries last week with another 10 slated through May 2022. By June 1st all aircraft will be fully outfitted with brand new state-of-the-art interiors, avionics, branded livery, and in-cabin features.