Victor, which is planning to launch a Jet Card program in the U.S., says its ambition is to use carbon-neutral fuel for 100% of flights by 2020
Victor, an online air charter broker in Europe and the U.S. which previously disclosed plans for a Jet Card program, says it has launched a carbon offset program for customers. The program, in collaboration with Air BP and BP Target Neutral, is a proactive initiative to get ahead of key deadlines for reducing the private aviation sector’s overall environmental impact and improve the livelihoods of local communities around the world, the company said in a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons.
The California-based Jet Card membership provider is adding perks to the world’s most exclusive motorsports country club and private race track
Jet Card provider XOJET has inked a partnership with Monticello Motor Club, one of the world’s premier automotive playground and private racetracks. The news follows recent partnerships with Canyon Ranch, Pinehurst Resort and Hertz.
The California-based Jet Card seller says it has over six times more female executives than the industry average, and it’s good for business
There are 35 companies selling Jet Cards and exactly zero have female CEOs. While that may not be surprising it what has been a male-dominated industry, XOJET recently spotlighted on its blog how under the stewardship of its Chairman and CEO Bradley Stewart, the company is helping women move into senior level executive positions.
Magellan will sell 10th anniversary Jet Cards starting at $67,000 for a Midsize 10-hour membership program
Founded in July 2008 by longtime friends Joshua Hebert, Anthony Tivnan and Gregory Belezerian, Boston-based Magellan Jets is celebrating its 10th year anniversary this year by offering 10-hour Jet Cards for new members, available in specific windows.
Jet Cards now start at 10 hours, go up to over 100 hours, and include turboprops to ultra-long-range private jets
Buying a Jet Card can be a significant expense running into the hundreds of thousands of dollars per year. Of course, it is less than fractional or full ownership, and you don’t have the same long-term commitment. Buying a Jet Card also frees you up from the time-consuming process of on-demand charter where for every trip you are likely dealing with multiple brokers, examining aircraft profiles, reviewing pricing, including all of the extras, many which are covered by various card programs and so forth. On departures day, if something happens, you need to hope your broker can find some type of backup if something goes wrong, and then you probably have to figure out last minute transfer of funds to the new operator.