The Kansas-based fractional jet card seller will use the up and coming hometown quarterback to build awareness a week after opening a base in Denver, home of the archrival Broncos
While last week Executive AirShare announced it was expanding west with a Denver base, today the company announced a multiyear partnership agreement with Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. The agreement follows the recent announcement of a long-term partnership between the private aircraft services provider and the Chiefs. We won’t tell Broncos fans.
If you aren’t interested in its golf related offers, the turboprop focused jet card seller is offering flight credits
Recently we reported about StraightLine Private Air’s outreach to golfers by highlighting its partnerships with several top rated golf courses. You get a promotional credit at your choice of Bandon Dunes, Cabot Links or The Prairie Club. There is a $7,000 credit if you sign up at the $200,000 Black level, $3,5000 at the $100,000 Platinum level and $1,500 at $50,000 Silver. However, if golf isn’t one of your pursuits CEO Tom Filippini tells Private Jet Card Comparisons, you can request a flight credit bonus instead. You get a $10,000 bonus credit at $200,000, $5,000 at $100,000 and $2,500 at the $50,000 level. The offer was originally due to end on June 22, but now will run until June 30, 2018, at least if you are reading this.
Executive AirShare’s jet card – EMBARK – uses a combination of days and hours, starting at 10 days per year
Executive AirShare (EAS) last week announced it is expanding its fractional ownership, leases and jet cards to Denver and surrounding communities within the Rocky Mountains. “Bringing our private aviation solutions to Denver is a natural decision for us,” says John Owen, Executive AirShare president and CEO. “The Denver market is one of the most desirable destinations in the country and has long been a part of our vision for growth. It was the perfect time to make the move. Everyone who flies with us will benefit from the efficiencies and lower costs associated with the opening of our new Denver base.”
When is a jet card not a jet card? When it’s a turboprop or piston aircraft – which for shorter flights might be the perfect solution
The number of jet card programs and providers has more than doubled in the past 10 years in large part because card memberships are the easy way to charter an aircraft – as close to that tap and go Uber analogy many like to use as you can get. What’s more, you can buy jet cards in chunks ranging from five hours up to 100 hours, so you don’t have the three to five-year commitment of buying a fractional aircraft share. Of course, the trick is finding the right program for your needs, and while many programs offer all sizes and shapes of jets, not all programs off turboprop or piston solutions.
In addition to flying you where you want, when you want, among the perks jet card memberships provide is VIP access to marquee sporting events, hotel discounts and membership fees waived. We take you behind the scenes with Sentient Jet at the recent 2018 Belmont Stakes.
We first started to sense one of our favorite football players might be teaming up with Sentient Jet when we saw the New England Patriot’s all-star tight end climbing aboard a private jet after a vacation in Jamaica with girlfriend Camille Kostek and tagging the Boston-based seller of jet card memberships, which happens to be a regular on the thoroughbred horse racing circuit. And of course, at the Belmont Stakes, there was this horse named Gronkowski. We also spotted Gronk boarding an @SentientJet private jet “Belmont bound to cheer on Team Gronkowski (The horse).” Yes, we didn’t major in math, but we can usually add 2+2 together.