Six things you need to compare before buying a jet card for your ski vacations

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Private jets are time machines and stress reducers, but make sure you know what you are buying

The siren’s song from private jet companies is easy access to the slopes, more time enjoying the powder and less stress, and they are right. Many mountain airports require connecting flights on commercial airlines, so having a jet card for your season’s ski trips can cut travel time from five or six hours by more than half.

Flying privately can add nearly two full days on the slopes to your ski vacation. If you are planning a long weekend, going up Thursday and coming back Sunday, having a jet card can mean double the snowy fun.

– Private Jet Card Comparisons analysis

Think about leaving your house at 7:30 am, being wheels up from an airport near you a half-hour later, and on your favorite runs by 11 am. Fly commercially and you wouldn’t arrive until dinnertime.

Jet card pricing and costs

Jet Card Pricing and Cost

Pricing for jet cards varies by provider, however, just looking at hourly rates to compare total cost can cost you lots of money

Price, as in, “What is the hourly rate?” is often the first question buyers ask. Too often it’s the only one they ask when it comes to what they will actually end up spending. Don’t make the mistake of forgetting to specifically look at how much your actual flights will cost with each provider.

Because flying with jet cards is easy, assuming buying one is easy and something you can do without taking the time to compare the details can be expensive as you will see.

Magellan Jets eliminates peak-day surcharges as it re-launches its jet card program with a money back guarantee

Magellan Jets

Elevate by Magellan eliminates peak-day surcharges, allows no fee interchange, expands service area, and lowers daily minimums

Boston based Magellan Jets is ditching its Bespoke membership program and launching a new jet card under the banner of Elevate by Magellan. The new jet card, which is being rolled out this week, addresses what its president Anthony Tivnan says are shortcomings with many current market offerings.

Private Jet Card Comparisons launches first ever pricing comparison tool for jet cards

While the number of jet cards providers and programs has doubled since the Great Recession, comparing pricing head-to-head used to be difficult…until now

Jet cards are soaring literally with the number of providers and programs more than doubling since the Great Recession. A key tool in the portfolio of private aviation users, jet card membership programs fit snuggly between full and fractional ownership on one side and on-demand charter on the other.

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