JET CARD INSIDER – Why Flexjet has just two private jet card programs

Flexjet jet cards start at $162,000 for 25 hours on an Embraer Phenom 300 and $249,000 for a Challenger 300   So you’ve been reading about the Flexjet Red Label LXi fleet with its customized luxury interiors, including the Gulfstream G650 and 500, the Bombardier Global Express, Challenger 350 and Embraer Legacy 450. While NetJets…

Explaining the differences between broker, fractional fleet, managed fleet and owned fleet jet cards

There are over 40 jet card providers offering more than 250 programs, and there are some significant differences and not just in price   In this article, I want to explain the differences in how aircraft for various jet card programs are sourced. Of the subscribers to Private Jet Card Comparisons, I estimate about 75%…

Flexjet launches new ad campaign highlighting its pilots

The company sells fractional ownership shares, leases, and jet cards   Flexjet, LLC today launched a new, multichannel brand campaign highlighting its pilots. The television commercials, print, and digital ads also showcase its Red Label by Flexjet program, including flight crews dedicated to a single aircraft allowing the crews and the passengers to get to…

Flexjet Ranked Among the NorthCoast 99 Best Places to Work for the 15th Consecutive Year

The Cleveland, Ohio-based private aviation company is part of Directional Aviation, which includes Sentient Jet, Skyjet, PrivateFly and Nextant Aerospace   Fractional jet ownership, lease and jet card provider Flexjet LLC has been recognized by professional services organization Employers Resource Council (ERC) as one of the 2018 NorthCoast 99 best places to work in Northeast Ohio.…

Is NetJets readying a new jet card?

NetJets is the largest operator of private jets in the world, but it doesn’t offer all of its aircraft types in jet cards. Which one is next?   NetJets has previously said the jet card flying accounts for about 20% of flights with its core business of fractional shares and leases taking up the lion’s…