How Davos, Super Bowl, NBA and NHL All-Star Games Impact Your Private Jet Trip

Big events like the Academy Awards, Super Bowl, All-Star Games and holidays take the newest and nicest private jets out of the On-Demand Charter inventory

 

A string of high profile events beginning this week with the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, the 60th Annual Grammy Awards this Sunday, Super Bowl LII on February 4, then New York Fashion Week (Feb. 8 to 18), the Winter Olympics in South Korea from Feb 9 to 25, Paris Fashion Week, starting Feb. 27, and the 90th Academy Awards on March 4 are putting extra demand on private jet inventory. In addition, there is Valentine’s Day, the Miami Boat Show, the NBA All-Star Game Feb. 18 in Los Angeles and the upcoming NHL All-Star Weekend in Tampa. And don’t forget Spring Training for Major League Baseball starts in Florida and Arizona on Feb. 23. Oh, and of course, lots of folks escaping the cold to beach destinations or looking for some powder on the ski slopes.

Why You Need To Look Beyond Price When Buying A Private Jet Charter Card

In this Guest Column, Private Jet Card Comparisons has asked James D. Butler, CEO of Shaircraft Solutions LLC to discuss why you should know the differences between fraction and charter jet cards. The following was provided by Mr. Butler and is presented in its entirety. 

What Is A Fractional Jet Card?

What is a fractional jet card?

The difference between a fractional jet card and a jet card by any other name is that a fractional jet card is offered by a fractional fleet operator. Fractional fleet operators sell shares in their planes where the customer is essentially buying a portion of the plane, and then can fly on the entire fleet. NetJets, Flexjet, and Nicholas Air jet cards are examples of fractional jet cards.