Jet Aviation has stopped selling its fixed-rate PT jet cards but continues to offer its dynamic pricing Freedom Access membership
General Dynamics’ Jet Aviation has stopped selling its fixed-rate PT jet cards, at least for the time being.
However, it is continuing with its Freedom Access memberships. They offer dynamic pricing and preferred availability.
Last November it had suspended sales of fixed-rate light and midsize jets, continuing to offer the guaranteed pricing on super-midsize and large cabin private jets.
A spokesperson for Jet Aviation tells Private Jet Card Comparisons, “As we navigate an ever-changing market, we are continuing to evaluate the unique needs of every customer and craft customized solutions based on those needs until we see stabilization in the market.”
Still, operators like NetJets, Priester Aviation, Silver Air, and Solairus remain on the sidelines.
Like its PT Card, Freedom Access uses both aircraft it managed and off-fleet via vetted charter operators.
Argus predicts private aviation will continue at record levels through the end of 2022.