Private Jet Industry Breaking News and Analysis

Airstream Jets launches 2018 rate lock promotion

The mileage-based jet card broker is offering customers who buy now 2018 rates for 2019

 

Airstream Jets is offering a rate lock giving 2018 rates for 2019 when you sign up before the end of the year. Airstream sells in two denominations, $25,000 (Silver Distance Card) and $100,000 (Gold Distance Card), plus the 7.5% Federal Excise Tax.

Air Partner offers free hour with purchase of 15 jet card hours

The broker jet card provider has joined the end of year promotional train

 

Air Partner has joined the end of the year fray of jet card deals and offers, and also set last-minute New Year’s Eve pricing and customizable itineraries, according to a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons. 

JetSmarter is putting a push on full aircraft charter; Here are four reasons to be wary

After moving its shared flight program from free seats to paid and scheduled flights to a crowdsourcing model, JetSmarter apparently wants to focus on being a charter broker

 

Despite mounting lawsuits, JetSmarter is now more aggressively marketing full aircraft charters, apparently trying to compete with a host of online and offline brokers. While the sharing economy private jet provider has always sold full aircraft charters, it recently began displaying options for full aircraft charters when searching for flights, which are now apparently nearly all built on a crowdsourcing model as opposed to its previous model of having scheduled private jet flights to book by the seat.

Reports: VistaJet and Flexjet eyeing major expansion moves with new aircraft and geography

According to two separate reports in Aviation International News, VistaJet and Flexjet have growth on their minds

 

Two key players in the fractional ownership, lease and jet card space VistaJet and Flexjet are both planning potentially significant expansion plans, according to aviation trade journal Aviation International News.

Air Charter Service marks 10 years in Hong Kong

The company recently launched capped rate jet cards in Europe and the U.S. and also offers a custom jet card product

 

Air Charter Service says it has marked a decade of operations in Hong Kong with a big party. Justin Bowman, ACS Group CEO, and Justin Lancaster, ACS Group Commercial Director, both flew out to Asia to help get the celebrations underway. Also invited were board members from the Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA), including its CEO, Mike Walsh, according to a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons.