Directional’s Sentient Jet is heading into 2023, and its Flexjet, Inc. IPO expecting to finish this year with an 11.3% increase in revenues
Jet card inventor Sentient Jet expects to finish 2022 in record fashion with $460 million in revenues, an 11.3% boost from 2021.
After a challenging year, Sentient Jet CEO Andrew Collins is preparing for an IPO in 2023 and more innovation
Sentient Jet racked up $40 million in sales last month, a combination of new customers and renewals. It’s a pace that indicates demand to fly privately will likely remain high. It also indicates the company that invented the jet card in 1999 has navigated the past year’s storms.
Jet card inventor Sentient Jet offsets 300% of carbon emissions for member flights via a partnership with private aviation sustainability expert 4Air
Directional Aviation’s Sentient Jet offset 291,630 metric tons of CO2 this year. It’s a 17% increase from the same period in 2021.
The new text booking provides an automatic confirmation. It enables Sentient members to bypass calling or having to download its app
Sentient CEO Andrew Collins details program changes, including High Demand dates and a waiting period for new members
With jet card and membership companies struggling to keep up with demand, Directional Aviation’s Sentient Jet will soon allow customers to book and receive instant confirmations via text message.