The time to talk to your broker, operator or jet card provider about COVID-19 related cancellations is before you sign the contract
One problem in life is most consumers don’t read the fine print in contracts they sign until there’s a problem. That was a key point from panelists, including a private jet charter operator, a major charter broker, and executives of the National Air Transportation Association (NATA), during a webinar yesterday.
To help you quickly review the various policies and protocols implemented by private aviation providers selling jet cards and memberships, we’ve created a single page overview you can find here.
Jet card and private jet charter broker ExpertJet is providing enhanced cleaning and pre-flight crew quarantine options for customers
Florida-based on-demand and jet card charter broker ExpertJet is unveiling incremental COVID-19 Coronavirus prevention options for travelers who want additional levels of safety.
The Florida-based on-demand private jet charter and jet card broker is responding to the continued spread of the Coronavirus pandemic
ExpertJet is assuring its clients who fly privately in terms of both aircraft cleaning and flexibility.
Andrew Flaxman, its founder and director, tells Private Jet Card Comparisons, “Every booking, we’re coordinating with crew members to sanitize the aircraft between flights.”
The Federal Aviation Administration has specific rules governing flights that extend more than 50 nautical miles from the coast. If your aircraft isn’t compliant, you may end up with a longer routing
You could be losing $6,000 or more and an hour of your time on every trip
As I was researching my recent story on everything you need to know about FAR Part 135 private jet charter operations, Andrew Flaxman was one of several people who helped me out.
During our conversation, he brought up something that hadn’t occurred to me, hopefully, you already know about, but if you don’t, I think you will find of interest.
It could be costing you time and money every flight you make where the most direct routing would take you more than 50 nautical miles beyond the coastline.