While private jet card users often spend between $100,000 and $500,000 per year, a report from Business Jet Traveler shows most program decisions are made without much consideration. Only 3% of private jet card buyers use a consultant. Over 90% make their decisions based on finding a supplier online, an experience with a friend, or the recommendation of a friend. Yet the needs of each private jet user is different.
Delta Private Jets is making it easier and more luxurious to connect between its private jet flights and flights operated by its parent, Delta Air Lines. The private jet provider has been seeking to leverage its affiliation with one of the world’s largest commercial airlines, last fall enabling members of the Skymiles program to begin redeeming miles for private jet cards.
Delta Private Jets announced this week that it has added five new planes to its fleet in the light, midsize and super-midsize jet categories.
Skymiles and American Express Membership Rewards points can now be redeemed for private jet cards with Delta Private Jets.
Delta Private Jets wants to more closely align itself with parent Delta Air Lines to provide solutions that encompass commercial and private flights.