Air Charter Service is reducing its 2024 peak days in its U.S. jet card program by 29% to 29 dates from 41 in 2023.
During the Covid surge in demand, Air Charter Service increased peak days for its U.S. guaranteed availability fixed and capped rate jet card programs.
The number of peak days went from nine to 41 dates.
According to our quarterly tracking reports from the Private Jet Card Comparisons database of over 80 providers, the average number of peak days dropped to 50.3 in Q3 2023 from 51.2 days in June.
That’s down from the end of last year (55.7 days) but still well above Q4 2019 when the average annual peak days was just 22.8 days.
For 2024, Air Charter Service is decreasing peak days to 29 dates, a 29% reduction.
It offers two guaranteed rate jet cards.
Its Gold Card has capped hourly rates and a 72-hour non-peak callout.
The Platinum version has a 24-hour callout and higher fixed hourly rates.
On peak days, Air Charter Services uses dynamic pricing.