XOJET Elite Access pricing starts at $5,500 per hour for a Light Jet ranging up to $8,500 per hour for Super Midsize, with discounts for flights over four hours
Sea Island, signature apparel designer Peter Millar, and Ship Sticks, a leading shipper for golf clubs, skis, and snowboards are now lifestyle partners for XOJET’s top two levels of jet card members. In an e-mail to customers, the company said, “This news follows our initiative to enhance the passenger journey with world-class experiences both in the sky and after landing.”
The fractional jet card and ownership seller continues to be busy on the lifestyle front with luxury travel and real estate partnerships
Yesterday and today we had two separate releases from NetJets, one announcing a new partnership, and a second extending one launched just last year. In the case of the newest addition, it comes within the family of parent Berkshire Hathaway as Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England, New York and Westchester Properties saying “agents and their clients will have access to NetJets benefits.”
Jet card membership providers Wheels Up and Sentient Jet will both be using horse racing this weekend to promote their private aviation programs
Wheels Up said today it has signed as exclusive sponsor of undefeated Thoroughbred racehorse Justify (4-to-5 odds) as he competes at the 2018 Belmont Stakes to become the second Triple Crown winner in 40 years this Saturday, June 9. As part of the sponsorship, Wheels Up will appear as the only brand logo on Justify and his jockey, Mike Smith, covering the horse’s blanket and Smith’s pant legs, turtleneck, and boots.
Wheels Up is in the middle of a significant expansion adding the Citation X to its fleet of King Air 350i and Citation Excel/XLS
Wheels Up today announced the appointment of Eric Jacobs as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer via a press release. In this position, Jacobs will oversee the finance and accounting, investor relations and strategic corporate development functions of Wheels Up, including treasury and mergers and acquisitions.
Wheels Up will dramatically broaden the attractiveness of its program when it formally launches its Citation X program
Wheels Up will be taking its members who want further and faster in 2018. Founder and CEO Kenny Dichter revealed to Private Jet Card Comparisons that the jet card membership provider has taken delivery of its first three Citation X private jets. With a speed of up to 700 miles per hour and a range of nearly 3,700 miles, it will be the third aircraft type in the Wheels Up fleet, joining the King Air 350i and Citation Excel/XLS aircraft. The latter has a range of 1,930 miles at 507 mph. The King Air 350i can fly up to 1,265 miles at 360 mph.