Can I choose a specific airplane type when I buy a jet card?

When you charter on-demand, buy a full aircraft or fractional share, you buy a specific aircraft type. What about jet card membership programs?

 

In case you haven’t noticed, most jet card programs specify cabin size, then fulfill your needs from a variety of aircraft types in that cabin category. In some cases that’s because you are buying your jet card from a management company and they are clustering all of the aircraft in that cabin size category together. In other cases, it’s a broker program that is sourcing aircraft from charter operators, including management companies and fleet operators. You’ll often see a range of seating for the aircraft that apply to that category, so in the SuperMid category you could get a jet that fits eight people one time and 10 the next. In Large Cabin jets it’s not unusual to see a range of 10 to 14 seats. 

Japan Airlines Launches Private Jet Connection Service In Paris

While several airlines (Lufthansa, Korean Air, Qatar Airways, Delta Air Lines and Emirates) have their own private jet arms or partnerships with private jet operators offering transfers at primary hubs, Japan Airlines has signed a deal to provide transfers on-demand charter connections between commercial flights and private jets in Paris starting May 1