On-demand private jet charter and jet card broker Privé Jets
was honored by the World Travel Awards during a ceremony held Jan. 28, 2019 in
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Florida-based broker Privé Jets, which sells both on-demand charter and a variety of jet cards, was named North America’s Leading Private Jet Charter by the World Travel Awards. It’s the fourth time Privé Jets has been recognized with the award and the second consecutive year winning the award. The World Travel Awards celebrates the commitment to excellence from key players in the travel, tourism and hospitality industries, according to a press release.
Florida-based Prive Jets announced end-of-the-year free hours and free catering promotions. It’s also launching Mexico and Middle East to Europe fixed rate jet cards
Florida-based Prive Jets is jumping in the end-of-the-year promotions pool. The company offers two jet card types, one where customers buy and prepay for 25, 50, 75 or 100 hours as is typical, and a second membership model for those of you who don’t want to prepay. With the latter, you pay a membership fee that escalates based on aircraft size, and then pay-as-you-go.
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Prive Jets is based in Hallandale, Florida. It offers fixed-rate, guaranteed availability jet cards. It also offers on-demand charters, air ambulance services, and large group charters. The company was founded in 2007. It is a division of Virtuoso travel agency Forrest Travel. It is a multi-winner of the World Travel Awards as a leading charter operator.
When was Prive Jets founded?
Who owns Prive Jets?
Who is the CEO of Prive Jets?
How are Prive Jets aircraft sourced?
Third-party charter operators
What are Prive Jets’ initiation and membership fees?
What is Prive Jets’ entry-level program?
$100,000 or pay-as-you-go membership
Does Prive Jets provide guaranteed availability?
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?