Instajet adds cheap NY-Florida private jet flights from $8,000

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U.K.-start-up Instajet Club launches discounted private charter rates from New York to South Florida from $8,000 and NY-Los Angeles from $25,000

Private jet charter platform Instajet Club is bringing its fixed-route pricing to the U.S. It is offering a series of low-cost offerings on busy private jet routes. The first flights will begin by mid-January.

Instajet Club

Instajet Club

Leviate Air Group Overview

Year Founded2021
LeadershipNick Davis, CEO
HeadquartersLondon, England
Jet Card Hourly RatesLondon to Paris on a very light jet from 5,000 euros
Related ProductsOn-demand Charter
Related CompaniesNA

Instajet Club was launched by industry veteran Nick Davis in Fall 2021 as a charter platform offering hard quotes. In November 2021, it launched the Route Card.

The jet card offers fixed one-way route pricing on high-density rates in Europe and connecting Moscow and Dubai, plus key European cities and to New York.

Instajet Club is included in Private Jet Card Comparisons’ database of over 50 jet card providers, enabling you to compare programs in minutes.

When was the company founded?

2021

Who owns Instajet?

The company is privately held

Who is the CEO?

Nick Davis

How are their aircraft sourced?

Instajet owns aircraft operated by third-party AOCs and as a broker

What are the initiation and membership fees?

Yes

What is Leviate Air Group’s entry-level program?

Annual membership is 10,000 euros

Does Leviate provide guaranteed availability?

Yes

Is the hourly rate guaranteed?

Yes, It offers fixed-rates on high-volume routes

Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?

No

What is the company website?           

https://www.instajet.aero/

Where is Instajet’s headquarters?

London, England

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