Outlier Jets is now enabling customers to pay for charters and jet cards with a dozen cryptocurrencies through BitPay
Outlier Jets will use the BitPay platform to now accept Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), Dogecoin (DOGE), and five U.S. dollar-pegged stable coins (GUSD, USDC, PAX, DAI, and BUSD), plus Litecoin (LTC).
The New York-based on-demand charter and jet card broker registered its first six-figure Bitcoin transaction for a 25-hour jet card
Jet The World, which recently began accepting cryptocurrency for on-demand charters and jet cards, has already sold a jet card via the new currency. The six-figure purchase was for a 25-hour jet card membership. The company says the transaction was verified in under 24 hours.
You can now pay for your jet card program with Nicholas Air via cryptocurrency
Nicholas Air is the latest private aviation provider to being accepting cryptocurrency for jet card purchases.
Encompass Aviation says Surf Air owes it $3.1 million on top of the IRS’s claims of nearly $2.5 million
As we reported here first in the wee hours of Saturday morning – just after midnight – we received a press release from Surf Air announcing it had terminated its agreement with Encompass Aviation LLC. The news took Encompass by surprise, and we reported that the Part 135 charter operator that had been flying Surf Air customers in California claimed it was owed significant money and planned to pursue legal remedies. Yesterday