The move follows its announced one-way rates via Nextant
400XTis launched in April
Private charter platform PrivateFly, a Directional Aviation company (think Flexjet and Sentient Jet), has announced new routes to its City Pairs program, offering fixed prices on the large cabin Embraer Legacy 600. The new pairs include London and Mykonos; Paris and Marrakech; and Moscow and Nice – and follow the existing price menu for the six-seat Nextant 400XTi, which launched in April.
In a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons, the company says its fixed price City Pairs have proved very popular with its on-demand charter clients since the launch, and now account for over 25% of its flights. The new routes and the bigger cabin option have been added following customer demand.
Several jet card programs offer fixed rates and guaranteed availability in both the U.S. and Europe
If you are planning to take a European vacation this summer, or perhaps you travel to Europe on business, several U.S. jet cards give you fixed rates and guaranteed availability on the other side of the pond.
European jet cards for the U.S.-based flier
While there are more providers that offer Europe-only
solutions, if you are flying privately here in the U.S. sometimes it’s nice to
have a one-size fits all option. To find those companies that can help you on
both sides of the Atlantic, we scoured the Private Jet Card Comparisons
database of over 50 providers and more than 300 programs.
Adam Twidell, CEO of the on-demand, tech-led charter company, and jet card seller shared what he believes you will be reading about in 2019
After a busy year in which PrivateFly was acquired by the Directional Aviation family of companies (Sentient Jet, Flexjet, Skyjet, Nextant Aerospace), its CEO Adam Twidell offered his crystal ball on the issues private jet travelers and the industry will see in 2019. Below are his comments:
Other trends include the pilot shortage, struggle of on-demand brokers to offer instant, guaranteed pricing, and desires of jet card buyers for high-touch, high-level service
While a shortage of pilots in business aviation has been pushing up crew salaries by as much as 20%, buyers of jet cards and on-demand charter can look forward to continued favorable pricing, according to executives attending Corporate Jet Investor’s annual Dealmakers Conference being held this week at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
The jet card provider is offering $5,000 in flight credits and a $1,000 Neiman Marcus gift card in addition to a philanthropic tie-in with No Kid Hungry
Jet card broker Sentient Jet is planning several promotions valid through the end of the year that combine discounts, gift cards and philanthropy. The offers run through the end of the year.