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Since our official launch in April 2017, you’ve been visiting our website, signing up for our newsletters and subscribing to access our comparison spreadsheets which compare over 250 private jet card programs by more than 65 variables. Jet cards are the sweet spot of private aviation with the number of providers and programs more than doubling since the Great Recession.
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If you are flying between 10 and 100 hours per year (fractional ownership starts at 50 hours and requires a three to five-year commitment plus financing your share) jet cards and on-demand charter are generally the two easiest options. While on-demand charter enables you to choose a specific aircraft, due to operational reasons the aircraft you select sometimes changes, and if your broker is sourcing your plane from a fleet operator, often times your tail number isn’t confirmed until close to your flight time. With jet cards you are more typically buying into a jet size category – Light Jets, Midsize Jets, etc. although some programs offer specific jet types.
Flexjet’s new terminal will be dedicated for its fractional shareowners, program and jet card members. Dallas Love Field is one of the busiest private aviation airports in the U.S.
When a private jet is not enough, you need a private jet terminal. While FBOs – the industry term for private jet terminals – are a world away from commercial airline terminals, at busy airports during peak times and weather disruptions, yes they can get crowded. Flexjet LLC, today announced the relocation of its Dallas operations to the Braniff Centre, a 26-acre redevelopment project on Dallas Love Field (ICAO: KDAL) creating a private terminal exclusive to its customers..
Private Jet Card Comparisons is the only independent buyer’s guide to jet card programs comparing over 250 programs by more than 65 variables
Starting at just 10 hours of travel time and ranging to 100 hours, jet cards have become the hot spot of private aviation, filling the wide gap between time-consuming on-demand charter and full or fractional ownership of aircraft, which is a three to five-year commitment. Since the recession, the number of jet card providers and programs has more than doubled, now with over 35 providers and more than 250 different offerings. What’s more, aircraft owners often buy jet cards when they need supplemental lift and fractional owners use card programs when they need extra flight hours. With Private Jet Card Comparisons, I’ve identified over 65 variables that separate the jet card programs from each other so you can find the programs that best fit your specific flying needs.
Corporate Angel Network supports cancer patients by sourcing empty seats on private jet flights from participating private jet owners and operators
Together Corporate Angel Network (CAN) and NetJets have flown more than 55,000 patient flights since it was founded in 1981. Now NetJets has increased its involvement by providing CAN access to its Ferry Finder software, which will help expand the number of cancer patient flights CAN arranges per month.