Jet card broker OneFlight has reduced daily minimums effective Nov. 1, 2022, after increasing them earlier this year
Denver-based OneFlight International, known for its BAJIT ads with John Elway and Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec, is rolling back some changes it made in early summer.
In an email to jet card members, OneFlight wrote, “As all the others, last June we were forced to make some unwelcome changes to maintain the excellence in service of our brand. As we continue to monitor this constantly changing industry, with advancements within our proprietary technology, our mission to stay ahead and solve problems while maintaining lower prices remains at the highest priority.
OneFlight then said daily minimums for very light jets and light jets would be reduced to 60 minutes. Midsize jets will now be 90 minutes.
After having been 60 minutes, the three types saw their daily minimums upped to 120 minutes.
The email continued, “While the aircraft movement within this space has become very dynamic, securing a specific aircraft well in advance has become more challenging. It is now more common to secure an aircraft only to then replace the original aircraft due to revised operator schedules or maintenance issues. As we move forward, your flight aircraft may not be secured until three days prior to departure. Not to worry, however, an aircraft for your flight is always guaranteed. The good news is that OneFlight is moving towards a “Similar or Better” aircraft at no additional cost booking system.”
OneFlight allows members to specify aircraft type. The provider does its best to source that makes with a guarantee for the category.
Hourly rates vary by aircraft type, with over 75 options.