The best jet card? Wanting to make a quick decision without considering these important factors can be expensive and easily avoided
I’ve had private aviation salespeople tell me they have customers who spend more time researching a new coffee maker than buying a jet card. That’s understandable. Everyone wants to fly! Still, it’s easy to make mistakes. In many cases, it’s just being new to jet cards. It’s easy to assume they can’t be that different. It’s also easy to believe that one card can serve all your needs.
Websites that offer “free” analysis and recommendations of which private jet providers you should use need to make money somewhere. “Free” platforms like Robinhood that make the user the product may be expensive at the end of the day
What does finding the right private jet solution have to do with Robinhood, Gamestop, or for that matter, platforms like Facebook or A Place For Mom? Surprising a lot, and it’s proof free can be costly.
Private Jet Card Comparisons launches JET CARD DECIDER 2.0, providing an automated experience that makes finding your best jet card, private jet membership, charter, and fractional options easier than ever
Private Jet Card Comparisons unveils JET CARD DECIDER 2.0 today. It’s a new automated way for subscribers to find the right private aviation solution for their needs more easily. The automated solution enables users to request a custom analysis online via smartphones, tablets, and desktops. The entire process takes minutes.
Private Jet Card Comparisons is the only independent buyer’s guide providing subscribers head-to-head comparisons of over 100 private jet card membership programs in easy-to-use spreadsheets. Compare hourly rates, pricing, fees and more than 65 variables
To find the right jet card program for your needs takes a bit of work. While many buyers rely on recommendations from their friends, your friends’ flying habits are probably different from yours. At the same time, you can have your assistant or finance department do some Google research. They will come back with a handful of randomly selected companies. They then have to spend time filling in request forms with providers and waiting for each jet card seller to send their information. After that, they need to take the collateral and put it into a form where you can start comparing programs which vary widely. What’s more, they will have to spend time going back to providers and asking them for information they didn’t provide.