Amalfi Jets revamps jet card offering

Amalfi Jets has expanded its PSA to 33 countries, cut peak days, callouts, and short-flight surcharges for its jet card.

By Doug Gollan, June 8, 2024

Los Angeles-based Amalfi Jets has overhauled its Amalfi One Jet Card.

Changes include shorter booking lead time, reduced peak days, and expanding the already wide primary service area.

“This overhaul represents the next step in our business model, enabling us to provide our clients more of the world at more favorable terms,” says Kolin Jones, CEO of Amalfi Jets.

“Our goal is to provide the most flexible and economically favorable program that allows our guests to unlock more of the world,” adds Amalfi Jets President Brian Francis.

The 2020 start-up cut non-peak callouts to 48 hours from 96 hours.

Peak day callout is now 120 hours instead of 168 hours.

It also reduced national peak days from 90 to 75.

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Its capped rates also apply to a broader wider swath of countries.

The Primary Service Area now includes flights to and from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Türkiye, United Kingdom, and within contiguous United States.

Flights beginning or ending outside the Continental U.S. have slightly longer callouts.

Territories such as Tahiti and Puerto Rico are excluded.

Amalfi Jets discontinued its short-haul surcharge, although daily minimums remain at two hours for all jet categories.

However, its hourly rates are capped.

According to a recent update, actual flight costs run 24.5% less than the capped pricing.

The exit fee for unused funds was also cut from 15% to 8%.

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