Sentient Jet joins NetJets in pausing jet card sales

Sentient Jet

Sentient Jet will become the third major player to temporarily halt jet card sales, Private Jet Card Comparisons has learned

As jet card sellers cope with sourcing flights at guaranteed rates on short notice and system hiccups against record demand, Sentient Jet plans to temporarily halt sales at midnight tonight.

Flexjet, Sentient parent OneSky orders 200 Embraer Eve eVTOLs

Eve eVTOL

The order follows Directional Aviation’s purchase of helicopter operators Associated Aircraft Group (AAG) and Halo Aviation, Ltd., both being rebranded as Halo

Flexjet and Sentient Jet customers could see benefits from Directional’s vertical strategy by the Fall

This morning, Directional Aviation’s OneSky Flight unit said it had ordered 200 eVTOLs from Embraer-backed Eve Urban Air Mobility Solutions. It continues a longstanding partnership with the Brazilian OEM. Flexjet uses the Phenom 300 as its light jet option. It has made the Praetor 500 and 600 the core of its midsize and super-midsize fleet.

As NetJets raises jet card rates, here’s what to expect from competitors

Jet card pricing 2021

With record demand, will private jet travel become more expensive? Jet card hourly prices are up 5.8% to 8.7% from December

The recent announcement by market leader NetJets it is raising jet card rates between 2% and 8% raises the question, will others follow suit?

Sentient Jet’s smart approach to technology is paying off

Sentient booking app

Leading jet card broker Sentient Jet is using technology to make booking flights easier, and it’s working

Since Sentient Jet, inventor of the jet card, doesn’t sell on-demand charter, it has an advantage over the many private aviation providers pitching their online interfaces as booking and quoting tools. They’re taking advantage of that difference. Here’s how.

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