Private jet prices, call-outs, peak days for jet cards continue to increase

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Despite the hike in charter costs, fixed-rate jet membership programs still offer lower prices than on-demand private jet rentals

Jet card fixed/capped rate private jet charter prices continue to go up. The lead time to book is increasing, and there are more restrictive peak days. However, an analysis by Private Jet Card Comparisons shows private jet membership programs with fixed/capped hourly rates still aren’t keeping up with higher prices for on-demand charters.

Jet Card rates up 5.6% since September to $9,760 per hour

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Jet membership average hourly rates for light jets increased 8.3% to $6,978 while turboprops spiked 24.6% to $5,982 per hour

Guaranteed availability jet cards and memberships with fixed or capped rates increased prices by 5.6% during the past three months.

Private Jet Card Comparisons adds Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii search feature

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Subscribers of Private Jet Card Comparisons can now search for programs with fixed/capped one-way pricing to the Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii, in both the U.S. and Europe, and for transatlantic flights

Finding the right private jet membership for travel to the Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii, and other international destinations just became easier for paid subscribers of Private Jet Card Comparisons.

The future of Jet Cards: You can’t always get what you want

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Jet cards 2.0: As Mick Jagger advises, “You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you get what you need”

Barring some calamity that sends demand for private jet travel into a downward spiral, jet cards and memberships will look very different. You already see the ghost of jet cards’ future via recent changes.

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