Fractional share, lease and jet card fleet operator Flexjet is auctioning a Closing Night of Hamilton in Puerto Rico trip
Flexjet and leading auction site for cause, Charitybuzz, have partnered to bring Hamilton fans the ultimate travel experience to Closing Night of Hamilton in Puerto Rico, plus VIP after-party access: Charitybuzz.com/Flexjet.
The new light jet program will provide attractive jet pricing for key north-south routes
Wheels Up is poised to launch its first off-fleet pay-as-you-go guaranteed rate program early next year with a light jet card, founder and CEO Kenny Dichter tells Private Jet Card Comparisons. He said the aircraft will come from the jet card provider’s network of vetted operators and will provide members a solution priced between its King Air 350i and Citation Excel/XLS that will be ideal from places like Boston, New York and Chicago to popular Florida destinations such as Palm Beach, Miami, and Naples.
A “senior” couple say they were “scammed” by JetSmarter for $30,000 weeks before the company started cutting back on its scheduled flights with the free seats they were expecting
With each lawsuit – this is at least the seventh Private Jet Card Comparisons has tracked – the stories about JetSmarter’s sales tactics get more troubling. Even as management was pivoting its model of paid annual memberships in return for the ability to book free seats on scheduled private jet shuttles, its sales team was continuing “high-pressure” tactics trying to push even more expensive memberships while telling the media that it was focusing on more accessible pricing.
While new jet sales have remained tepid for years, flying activity had been on the rise until recently with its second year-over-year decline in three months
While fans of Ohio State may have been dismayed their beloved Buckeyes were not selected for the NCAA Football Championship Playoffs, the state’s two native son fractional ownership programs (Columbus-based NetJets and Cleveland-based Flexjet) provided November’s bright spot for private jet flying.
PrivatAir’s insolvency marks another ‘good times’ private aviation blackeye and reminds buyers they need to research the stability of providers
Yes, it’s another ‘good times’ private aviation hiccup in what has been described as the peak of the segment’s 10-year recovery. “Any Jet, Anywhere, Any time” reads the on-demand private jet charter page of the Swiss and German private jet management company PrivatAir which said it has filed for insolvency today.