Do They Or Don’t They? JetSmarter Clarifies Its Policy On Accepting American Express Part 3

Does JetSmarter take American Express? It should be a simple yes or no answer. Right? Well, apparently not. During my first email interview with JetSmarter CEO Sergey Petrossov I asked the question after reading that the private jet membership program had stopped accepting Amex as a form of payment. 

XOJET Chief Pilot Chris Crocker Gives The View From The Cockpit

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.

Latitude 33 Aviation Achieves ARGUS Platinum Status

San Diego-based Latitude Aviation, LLC has achieved a Platinum Rating from ARGUS International, according to the ratings firm. Platinum is the highest level and represents “the upper 5% of over 1,000 U.S. based charter operators.” 

Magellan Jets Offers New Customers Free VIP Masters Package

The Ultimate Masters Package will provide new Magellan Jets customers with VIP access to The Masters this weekend in Augusta, Georgia.

Flying Pets By Private Jet: What You Need To Know

Flying your beloved pet by commercial airliner can be a risky and stressful proposition for you and your pet, meaning that flying your pet by private jet, with or without you, means a happier, healthier and much more appreciative friend. Still, there are some things to think about.

Flying Commercially Is Expensive For CEOS

A new Censuswide study of over 2,000 top-level business executives and UHNWs (Ultra High Net Worth) showed that the time they spend navigating commercial airports costs their company $7,500 every flight.

Tracking Private Jets And Yachts Is Easier Than You Might Think

While the main benefit of owning a private jet is saving time and better access to more airports compared to flying commercially, privacy and confidentiality are important as well. However, a report by The New York Times shows that for the Super Rich, tracking their movements from jets to superyachts is easier than one might think.