On-Demand Charter vs. Jet Cards pros and cons

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You can charter a private jet trip by trip – On-Demand Charter – or buy into a program – Jet Cards.

Jet memberships or calling a broker or operator each time. Which is right for you?

Both jet cards and calling a broker to rent a private jet are forms of private jet charter or private jet rental as some call it.

In both cases, we are referring to the entire aircraft as opposed to jet sharing or buy-a-seat models.

However, when it comes to full aircraft charter, which is better – jet cards or on-demand charter?

Should you buy a jet card? Should you just reach out to several brokers before each trip, and then play them off against each other?

The debate would make the Hatfields and the McCoys proud!

Private Jet Services’ 10-hour summer jet card offers the lowest light and super-midsize rates

PJS Group

According to Private Jet Card Comparisons’ Quick Compare Flight Pricing, the deal gives you the lowest hourly rates in light and super-midsize private jet categories of any national program

Jet card broker Private Jet Services, which made its mark with corporate shuttles, sports team, live entertainment, and political campaign charters, is offering a free hour with the purchase of a 10-hour jet card.

The offer requires purchase by July 4th and travel needs to be completed by Oct. 14, 2019, Columbus Day. The terms of the 10+1 card are the same as other PJS jet cards, according to the company.

Jet Card Buyer’s Tip #6: Roundtrip and One-Way Pricing

private jet one-way and roundtrip pricing

Among the many differences between flying privately and commercially are the rules that govern one-way and roundtrip fares

One regular comment I get from subscribers is that there is a lot of jargon and lingo specific to jet cards and on-demand charter. In some ways one-way pricing may be among the most straightforward, but that’s only because roundtrip is confusing.

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