Following reopening jet card sales on a limited basis in June, Dreamline Aviation is now again fully selling jet cards

Another sign that demand for private jet charters is easing comes from West Coast operator Dreamline Aviation.

After entirely stopping jet card sales in June, it reopened sales to new members on a limited basis.

However, the provider offers guaranteed rates for flights to and from the Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay areas is no longer limiting sales, according to the company.

Dreamline offers fixed rates on turboprops, light jets, and midsize jets with increasingly rare 60-minute daily minimums.

The company has added more peak days in the updated program, and a fuel surcharge remains.

The average number of peak days in jet card programs has more than doubled over the past two years. Dreamline previously had less than 30 peak days.

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