In addition to selling fractional shares and jet cards, NetJets has made a mark via its strong presence in the professional golf market
Private jet fractional share and jet card provider NetJets has extended its contract as the Official Private Jet Provider of the PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions. The agreement solidifies a partnership between NetJets Inc. and the TOUR through 2022, providing flights, marketing support and charitable contributions to assist the PGA TOUR, tournaments, and players around the world, according to a press release issued by the two entities.
A new study highlights Jet Card pricing and member benefits
PGA tour professional golfers who have been using private aviation to travel between tournaments have saved 119 hours of travel time so far this year – nearly five full days of extra productivity – according to an analysis put together by Private Jet Card Comparisons and Jet Linx Aviation. This coming week features the 2017 PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. In addition to the time savings benefits of private jet travel, the comparison highlights some of the advantages of most jet cards, including guaranteed availability even during peak periods, guaranteed hourly rates, one-way pricing and not having to worry about ferry fees.
Toronto-based online on-demand private jet charter broker Jettly has published a list of 79 top golf courses near airports you can fly your private jet into. The list includes the name of the golf course, location, nearest airport and distance between the golf course and airport.
NetJets will be on the fairways next week as it hosts the second annual NetJets Cup pro-am golf event on June 5 at Double Eagle Golf Club in Galena, Ohio. The event pairs PGA Tour Pros and NetJets owners Dustin Johnson, Jason Day and others with NetJets customers for an invitation-only day of golf.