Jet card broker OneFlight Internationals is dropping its variable economic surcharge and changing membership fees

OneFlight International is dropping the Economic Adjustment Fee for its BAJit jet card program.

The surcharge, implemented in June, was OneFlight’s answer to a fuel surcharge.

In October, the Denver-based broker had rolled back increases to daily minimums on turboprops, very light jets, light jets, and midsize aircraft.

In another change, OneFlight has rebranded its membership tiers so that 25 hours is now Bronze, 50 hours is Silver, and 100 hours is Gold.

Clients pay a one-time $15,000 fee.

They then gain the right to buy 25, 50, or 100 hours by paying $50,000, $80,000, or $120,000, respectively.

Previously the price to buy 50 hours was $96,000, and 100 hours was $160,000.

Jet card members can request a specific aircraft type, and OneFlight has aircraft-specific hourly rates for over 70 types.

If OneFlight cannot source the type requested, it will offer options within the category.

Updated BAJit pricing is available for paid subscribers.

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