Jet Token shortens call-outs for as-available jet card program

By Doug Gollan, August 25, 2022

HondaJet fractional Jet Token has shortened the call-outs for its recently introduced off-fleet jet card

Jet Token, which recently launched an off-fleet jet card program with Las Vegas-based charter operator Cirrus Aviation, is cutting the non-peak call-out.

The zone-based program provides members fixed hourly for flights that begin or end in California, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah.

Fixed-rate service area includes the Continental U.S. and extends to the Bahamas, Mexico, Alaska, and Hawaii.

Previously call-outs ranged up to two weeks.

However, that’s been reduced to as little as 24 hours and up to 48 hours.

The program is as-available, which means you may have to be flexible. The further in advance you call, the more likely you will get a plane at your desired time.

The as-available model takes the pressure off the provider to source an airplane as with guaranteed availability.

For flexible flyers, it gives them fixed-hourly rates so they can budget their flights.

Jet Edge, Volato, Thrive Aviation, Jet Exec1 Aviation, GrandView Aviation, and TradeWind Aviation have all launched as-available jet cards over the past two years.

The Jet Token Connect program is refundable for unused funds.

As part of the changes, Jet Token Connect also offers roundtrip discounts of 35% for qualifying trips.

It is in addition to its two HondaJet jet cards that use a traditional hours-based model and a by-the-day option.

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