Light Jet, Large Cabin Jet, Turboprops, or specific types such as the Embraer Phenom 300?
Your guide to finding the perfect cabin category, or private jet (and turboprop) specific Jet Card for your needs
Jet cards are the fastest-growing segment of private jet charter. Over the past decade the number of companies offering jet memberships more than doubled.
Private Jet Card Comparisons has cataloged over 55 providers, including all the key players such as NetJets (both Elite and Marquis Jet card), Flexjet, Sentient, Wheels Up, Delta Private Jets, JetSuite, Jet Linx, VistaJet, PJS Group, Magellan Jets, and XO. In total, there are more than 300 programs so you can find the right one.
We’ve identified over 65 variables that can impact your selection. We’ve also made it easy to compare, cutting research time by weeks and days to less than an hour. You have over 18,000 data points at your fingertips.
Jet card buyers receive a complimentary Rolex watch
Jet card broker Alliance Aviation wants you to show up on time for your flights, at least maybe that’s the point of its latest promotion. Through the end of September, if you buy a jet card, you can choose from five different Rolex watch types as a gift.
On offer is the Green Face Gold Daytona, Yacht-Master II Submariner, GMT, Datejust, and Air King.
Jet card broker Alliance Aviation is promoting travel to the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian
Start-up jet card broker Alliance Aviation is joining the push by business aviation to help in the recovery of the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian.
The National Business Aviation Association reported during the storm, “FBOs across Florida are getting flights coordinated for when they are cleared into the Bahamas, and many are using hangars as staging areas for supplies.”
Embraer’s popular Phenom 300 is red hot in the jet card market as Alliance becomes the third provider in five months to add a program dedicated to the light cabin jet
The Phenom 300 jet card is priced at $6,995 per hour, plus 7.5 percent Federal Excise Tax
Aircraft specific jet cards are growing in popularity as an option between full and fractional ownership and on-demand charter. Users like them because they know ahead of time what they are getting, and they also know baggage limitations and range constraints. You can put down start-up Alliance Aviation as hopping on the wagon.
The 48-hour jet card sale ends midnight August 30th
Alliance Aviation, the jet card charter brokerage launched in July with several former Dumont Aviation Group executives, is offering five free hours when you buy 50 hours. The short-term 48-hour sale ends midnight on Aug. 30, 2019.
In terms of savings, the five free hours works out to a 10%
bonus, so it is one of the highest value promotions we’ve seen. Typical
discounts or bonuses range between 3-6%. What’s more, the emailed offer allows
you to fund 25 hours now and 25 hours “later.”