Fractional operator Airshare is offering a limited number of Embark jet cards on its Embraer Phenom 300 fleet
It is the first time the fractional operator has opened jet card sales since putting them on hiatus last year.
CMO Andy Tretiak tells Private Jet Card Comparisons the inventory is related to the company’s increasing fleet of super midsize Bombardier Challenger 350s.
As Phenom 300 fractional customers have upgraded to the larger aircraft type, that’s freed up a limited inventory on its light jet fleet.
The Embark jet card offers 10 days of access per year.
You pay a joining fee and an hourly rate, including fuel, excluding FET.
There are no daily minimums, so the program favors flyers who make multiple same-day flights.
There is also a discount for same-day roundtrip travel.
Updated costs are available for paid subscribers.
One twist is that Embark is now Embark 325, and that’s because the card now comes with 40 blackout dates.
Airshare continues to focus on serving clients who are based within 120 nautical miles of Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Fort Worth, Dallas, Texas; Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Kansas City, Wichita, Kansas; Denver, Colorado; St. Louis, Missouri; Chicago, Illinois; Indianapolis, Indiana, and Buffalo, New York.
This includes Cincinnati, Louisville, Milwaukee, and Toronto.
Airshare is taking delivery of its seventh Challenger early next year, and Tretiak says it is also looking to expand its Phenom 300 fleet.