Florida-based floating fleet operator Premier Private Jets is offering a new jet card for travel in the Eastern U.S.
Premier Private Jets is offering a third jet card option, this one targeting flyers in the Eastern U.S.
The Stuart, Florida-based floating fleet operator will officially launch a new jet card this week.
Premier Founder and CEO Josh Birmingham says the guaranteed availability jet card continues the operator’s focus on “providing tremendous value” and innovation.”
Like its national program, it will offer fixed hourly rates; however, those rates will only apply for flights in the Eastern U.S. and select cities in Canada and the Bahamas.
Hourly rates apply to flights arriving and departing in Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, plus St. Louis, Milwaukee, Madison, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Marsh Harbour, Freeport, Nassau.
There is a 72-hour callout and only 31 peak days.
Separately, Premier cut flight pricing on its Florida Express Jet Card.
The Florida Express card provides fixed route rates for flights between Florida and points East of the Mississippi.
It offers the option of buying 4, 8, or 16 flights that need to be used within 12 months.
Entry-level (four flights) pricing dropped from $20,750, plus FET, in a light jet to $18,000.
Midsize jet flight pricing falls from $25,990 to $22,500.
In addition to its Part 135 operations, Premier maintains Part 145 certified repair stations in Stuart and Oakland International Airport in Waterford, Michigan.
The PTK location is also home to its own FBO.