JetASAP enables members to get quotes and contract directly from private jet charter operators
Founded by private aviation veteran Lisa Sayer, JetASAP enables paid members to request quotes directly from charter operators.
The platform currently has over 700 operators.
The service is designed for knowledgeable private jet charter customers who don’t need the assistance of a broker.
After joining, members request flight quotes via an app.
Currently, there is an Apple version.
Users can stipulate if they want aircraft that will make their flight nonstop and if they require WiFi or pet-friendly aircraft.
They can also note if they are flexible with dates or airports.
There is a feature that allows members to set a distance preference from their primary airport and preferred routes.
Sayer says so far this year; users have been receiving an average of 12 quotes per request. That’s up from around eight quotes in December.
She says it reflects the softening market.
JetASAP serves as a platform. You contract with the operator, so you need to read the terms of each quote.
Currently, there are around 1,800 paying members, according to Sayer.
Several enhancements are in the works, including notifications or emails when there are empty legs and specials based on your preferences.
Sayer says many members already have fractional shares, jet cards, or traditional brokers.
They use the service when they are flying beyond their fixed-rate service areas or to compare pricing with current solutions.
The founder adds JetASAP is not seeking to be in the middle. She says it provides operators the ability to develop direct customer relationships.
JetASAP doesn’t collect commissions or listing fees from providers, although it does generate revenue from advertising programs.
Its program is now part of the Private Jet Card Comparisons database of jet card and membership providers.