Luxury Aircraft Solutions launches 5-hour jet card

The Long Island-based charter broker launched its card program in 2016 with a starting point of jet 10 hours

 

The variety of jet cards continues to get wider and wider. While we have seen jet cards starting at 10 hours and $50,000 as starting points (excluding short-term promotion cards from Magellan Jets at $25,000), Luxury Aircraft Solutions, Inc. is now offering a jet card starting at just five hours. Programs such as Wheels Up and Jet Linx have pay as you go jet card options, but require a membership fee that isn’t applied to flight hours. 

Fractional share operator PlaneSense says there are no jet cards in its future

PlaneSense is launching its first jet fractional share program, but here’s why there will be no jet cards

 

While New Hampshire based fractional share provider PlaneSense recently moved into the jet age by taking delivery of its first Pilatus PC-24 twin-engine jet, don’t expect the company to begin offering jet cards. Last year, PlaneSense added four Nextant 400XTi jets as a prelude to its first jet fractional program that is being built around the six PC-24s coming online by the end of next year. 

NetJets increases support of Corporate Angel Network

Corporate Angel Network supports cancer patients by sourcing empty seats on private jet flights from participating private jet owners and operators

 

Together Corporate Angel Network (CAN) and NetJets have flown more than 55,000 patient flights since it was founded in 1981. Now NetJets has increased its involvement by providing CAN access to its Ferry Finder software, which will help expand the number of cancer patient flights CAN arranges per month. 

Star Jets International posts $5.9 million revenues for the first year of operations

After Blue Star Jets, Ricky Sitomer is building a new private jet broker and jet card seller via his Star Jets International

 

Star Jets International (OTCPINK:JETR), the start-up broker founded by Ricky Sitomer who co-founded Blue Star Jets, said Star Jets generated $5,932,913 in gross revenue, stated in its year-end financial statements for 2017. According to a press release, management expects at least a 60% increase in its first-quarter revenue for the period ending March 31, 2018, versus the same period ending in 2017. 

Air Partner says a $4.7 million accounting error has no impact on operations

The U.K.-based broker sells jet cards with service areas in North America, Europe and the Middle East

 

Air Partner, which has an attractive broker jet card program starting at just 10 hours with guaranteed availability and fixed one-way rates in North America, Europe and the Middle East said its operations and services are not impacted by an accounted error thought to total about $4.7 million. It also expects to be able to continue paying share dividends.