What does a jet card cost?

The entry price for jet cards and jet membership programs varies widely. Here’s a rundown of lowest jet card pricing from more than 35 companies

 

Price, be it hourly rates or cost to buy into a program, is often a primary focus for buyers, at least initially. However, price, in the opinion of Private Jet Card Comparisons, shouldn’t be the be all and end all. While nobody wants to overpay, unless you are talking about flying on a King Air 350i instead of a Gulfstream G650, most of you who can afford the cheapest jet card out there can also afford the most expensive. 

Jet charter broker Victor names Joe Cohen as new CEO

Consumer tech executive Joe Cohen replaces founder Clive Jackson who is now CEO of Alyssum Group, a recently formed holding company that is Victor’s parent

 

Online focused private jet charter broker Victor has appointed Joe Cohen as CEO. According to a press release, he is tasked with accelerating the company’s growth and leading its aspirations to become a global player. The company is based in London and has been building its U.S. profile over the last several years. 

What’s the best fractional jet card?

Fractional jet cards are sourced from the fleets of companies that sell fractional ownership shares such as NetJets, Flexjet and Nicholas Air. But not all fractional share providers sell jet cards with PlaneSense as an example.

When Is Private Jet Charter Better Than Buying A Jet Card?

Jet Cards And Charter Fulfill Different Private Aviation Needs

 

Private Jet Card Comparisons is not an advocacy site for jet cards. We are an independent buyer’s guide that compares over 100 jet card programs across 65 variables for you, the consumer. Many jet card users own their own planes, own fractional shares, fly on aircraft their companies own and operate and charter jets as well. Jet cards are part of their private aviation solutions.  However, there is the ongoing question – why not just charter instead of prepaying for a jet card?

PrivateFly Launches Discounts For Flying With Pratt & Whitney Engines

Do you know who makes the engines on the private jet you will be flying on? Now if you know, you can save some money.  Online charter broker and jet card seller PrivateFly is offering a discount to customers who book a charter on a business jet with a Pratt & Whitney Canada turbofan engine, anywhere in the world.