Following its addition of turboprops and cutting light jet daily minimums, jet card provider Alliance Aviation is cutting 2023 peak days by 38%.
Jet card provider Fly Alliance is cutting peak days from 92 to 57 for 2023, its President Christopher Tasca tells Private Jet Card Comparisons.
The latest news follows an order with options for up to 20 new private jets from Textron Aviation.
Alliance has also added fixed rates with guaranteed availability for turboprops and cut daily minimums on light jets to 90 minutes from two hours.
In our Q3 analysis of over 250 fixed-rate, guaranteed availability jet cards and memberships, Peak/Blackout Days held steady at 53.7, up only eight-tenths of a percent from Q2, although still more than double the pre-Covid average of 22.8 days.