Jet broker predicts charter prices to increase up to 20%

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The Private Jet Company CEO Dan Jennings says a shortage of private jets available for charter during peak periods will push private jet rental costs higher

Dan Jennings, the CEO of whole aircraft broker Private Jet Company, says increased demand for private jet charter – on-demand and through jet cards – could push up pricing by up to 20%.

As NetJets raises jet card rates, here’s what to expect from competitors

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With record demand, will private jet travel become more expensive? Jet card hourly prices are up 5.8% to 8.7% from December

The recent announcement by market leader NetJets it is raising jet card rates between 2% and 8% raises the question, will others follow suit?

Alliance Aviation cuts rates, terms for JetSuite jet card customers

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SuiteKey customers can fly at discounted jet card rates on a pay-as-you-go basis through the end of 2020

Alliance Aviation, a charter and jet card broker affiliated with Part 135 operator Wing Aviation Group, is upping the battle for JetSuite’s SuiteKey jet card customers. JetSuite filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week after grounding its fleet.

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.

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