With record demand for private jet flights, jet card provider Alliance Aviation says its jet card rates will increase at the beginning of next month
Alliance Aviation is the latest jet card seller to hike the hourly prices on its fixed-rate programs. The move comes as private aviation is seeing record demand.
SuiteKey customers can fly at discounted jet card rates on a pay-as-you-go basis through the end of 2020
Alliance Aviation, a charter and jet card broker affiliated with Part 135 operator Wing Aviation Group, is upping the battle for JetSuite’s SuiteKey jet card customers. JetSuite filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week after grounding its fleet.
The new entrant jet card seller is offering a 10-hour jet card for new clients through the end of the year
Alliance Aviation, founded earlier this year by former Dumont Aviation executives Christopher Tasca and Amber Martin, is offering a promotional jet card through Dec. 31.
Alliance Aviation has joined with Encore Parts for the industry’s first-ever used aircraft trade-in program
Separately, the jet card broker launched a membership that pays interest on your deposit with flight credits
With a significant number of older private jets facing big upgrade costs to meet the compliance standards of ADS-B, or Automatic Dependence Surveillance-Broadcast, which go into effect in January, owners of those planes need to make decisions quickly.
For many, they will need to ground their jets as they look
to buy new ones or perhaps hurry into a deal that doesn’t make sense.