When you fly privately, for charter, with a jet card or private jet membership program, you are making a big impact on the economy from the smallest U.S. towns to the largest cities. Private aviation employment plays an important role in regional and state economies, according to industry statistics. Directly through aircraft manufacturing and airport-related jobs, and indirectly through the purchase of goods and services by firms involved in the manufacture, operation, and maintenance of business aircraft, business aviation is a major employer in the United States
XOJET is one of the most recognized names in North America’s private aviation market. In addition to its owned fleet of private jets, it also offers private aviation solutions by sourcing aircraft in the charter market. EVP Gregg Slow steps into the Private Jet Card Comparisons elevator to give you his Elevator Pitch in 300 words.
In this Guest Column, Private Jet Card Comparisons has asked James D. Butler, CEO of Shaircraft Solutions LLC to discuss why you should know the differences between fraction and charter jet cards. The following was provided by Mr. Butler and is presented in its entirety.
Private Jet Card Comparisons now includes 25 different companies and over 100 programs covered in our 65-point analysis. Private Jet Card Comparisons is the only independent buyer’s guide to private jet card membership programs that enables readers to compare the programs head-to-head with easy to use spreadsheets. It is also updated so all information includes 2017 private jet card membership programs.
Sentient Jet is looking to win, place and possibly show with wealthy enthusiasts of horse racing with today’s announcement that it is taking a lifetime sponsorship of Lookin at Lee, the 2017 Kentucky Derby runner-up. The jet card seller signed as the Preferred Private Aviation Partner of the Kentucky Derby, Kentucky Oaks, and Churchill Downs in 2016 as well as serving as a longtime sponsor of the Breeders’ Cup World Championships and Fasig-Tipton.
One of the nice things about flying in a private jet is the pilots will often let you sit in the jump seat for takeoff and landing. Recently Avionics Magazine interviewed XOJET Chief Pilot Chris Crocker who gives a cockpit view on how the private jet fleet operator is using technology to boost safety and service for its jet card holders which you can read here.
Aviation trade publication AINOnline has published its monthly summary of accident reports published during the previous month.