The jet card broker has reduced light jet minimums and is launching fixed-rate, guaranteed availability for transatlantic flights
Private Jet Services (PJS) said it has introduced a series of enhancements to its jet card membership program effective immediately. The changes include lower daily minimums, a choice of how you want to be billed for your flight time, and Wifi guarantee on super-midsize and large-cabin jets.
Its jet card continues without membership fees or blackouts and allows clients to upgrade or downgrade cabin size of their jet at published rates without an interchange fee. Lead time for booking remains at 10 hours on non-peak days.
Jet card broker PJS Group has launched an innovative policy giving clients the option of how they want their trips priced
Actual flight time or estimated flight time? For jet card fliers it has always been a debate, often based on where you do most of your flying.
Actual flight time uses the calculation of wheels up to
touchdown, so takeoff to landing. On the other hand, estimated flight time is
like Uber. It doesn’t matter how long your flight actually takes, you are
billed the estimated flight time quoted prior to your trip.
There are three ways jet card providers calculate your
When comparing jet cards, there are lots of factors to
consider, however, one that many first time buyers don’t think about is time,
as in flight time, as in how is your flight time billed?
Yes, you have a fixed one-way hourly rate, so you don’t have
to worry about reviewing multiple on-demand charter quotes. You also researched
daily and segment minimums, plus how taxi time charges are structured as well
as making sure you account for fuel surcharges.
Maybe you even used the exclusive Quick Compare Flight Pricing tool available to subscribers of Private Jet Card Comparisons which amortizes membership fees into your hourly rate.