Slick brochures with puppies and cute kids often don’t tell you about the key terms of the six-figure legal contract you sign when buying a jet card
Jet cards are gaining popularity as private jet flyers, new and old, look for fixed one-way pricing and guaranteed availability. There is often an urge to buy and fly – fast. If you’ve never bought a jet card before, you may view it as booking a hotel or an airline ticket. That’s a big mistake.
The Santa-Barbara-based managed fleet operator has launched a three-tiered jet card program offering dynamic pricing with post-flight billing, a fixed-rate offer with guaranteed availability and a choice of pay-as-you-go or deposit, and a custom option
Silver Air Private Jets is joining several private jet operators launching their own jet cards. However, its launch into the market certainly is one of the most interesting we’ve seen. Its three-pronged offering provides one-way rates to Hawaii with guaranteed availability, somewhat of a rarity in the world of jet cards. That is just the start.
While Bombardier is ending production of the iconic Learjet, there are hundreds in the charter fleet, and these two companies offer the type in jet card format
Goodbye Learjet. Popularized by Frank Sinatra, James Brown, and Arnold Palmer, private jet’s popularity has been on the decline for more than a decade.
ONEflight International, which sells aircraft specific jet cards, is adding the villa rental agency as a luxury partner
Denver-based private jet charter and jet card broker ONEFlight International has added Haute Retreats as a lifestyle partner.