The light jet operator has decided to continue its jet card business under a single brand
Exec 1 Aviation, which just last year launched DashJet as a
brokerage arm, has now folded it under the mother brand. The move, which took
place in March was driven by litigation threats from a major aviation company
that was using the Dash brand for cargo, as well as a branding decision.
“Everything that DashJet was doing now exists under Exec 1 Aviation,” says Katherine Forst, director of customer engagement.
The custom jet card is here. Air Charter Services, DashJet, and Prive Jets have all launched programs that enable you to tailor a jet card to your specific needs
As the number of jet card programs and providers continues to expand because they cards bridge the gap between on-demand charter and full or fractional ownership, the category continues to see healthy innovation. This year three providers – Air Charter Service, DashJet and Prive Jets – have each launched customized jet cards both providing guaranteed availability and fixed one-way rates based on your travel specs.
The only independent guide covering over 45 providers and more than 250 jet card programs, Private Jet Card Comparisons does not sell or market subscriber contact information
Private Jet Card Comparisons has added five new jet card providers to its comparisons which compare over 250 programs by more than 65 variables from pricing to aircraft and pilot sourcing standards. Barron’s has described the website as the Kelley Blue Book for consumers who want to know before they buy. The new providers are DashJet, GrandView Aviation, Jet Logic, LunaJets, and Outlier Jets. Each company has completed the comprehensive spreadsheet detailing policies and pricing of their programs, available to paid subscribers.
Iowa-based DashJet represents the continued growth in jet card offerings, including some innovative twists
Iowa-based DashJet earlier this year quietly launched a jet card program. It shares common ownership with Exec 1 Aviation, so it represents the continued interest in operators to get into the jet card game. And despite its Midwestern base, the company is selling a national program. Its take is to strip out some of those annoying surcharges like taxi time and price others such as fees to Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean at cost.