American Express selects Wheels Up as Premium Private Jet Program partner

Wheels Up

Wheels Up replaces Delta Private Jets as the exclusive American Express Premium Private Jet Program provider for U.S. Centurion and Platinum cardmembers

Wheels Up is the new American Express Premium Private Jet Program partner. It replaces Delta Private Jets, the Amex partner since 2016. Wheels Up, of course, purchased Delta Private Jets in a deal that closed a year ago in January. In other words, Wheels Up essentially renewed the existing DPJ partnership. However, that analysis ignores that the terms of the new relationship are significantly different.

Jets.com offers catering, transfers, confirmed upgrades

Jets.com

Through the end of June, Jets.com is offering new and renewing jet card customers a choice of perks, including upgrades, catering credits and ground transportation

New York-based charter broker Jets.com, which recently purchased a Part 135 operator, is offering a series of perks if you buy or renew a jet card before the end of the month.

7 things you can negotiate when buying a jet card that will save you thousands of dollars

private jet

Jet card pricing and policies aren’t set in stone. View proposals as an initial offer; however, promotional offers can be expensive if you buy into the wrong program

You may remember those inflight magazine ads that read, “You don’t get what you deserve. You get what you negotiate.” It’s sage advice when buying a jet card or membership. That said, while a free hour may not be a given, quite a few providers offer a bonus hour via partnerships with wealth management firms and other affinity organizations. On a large cabin jet, that can mean a value of more than $10,000. However, if you buy into the wrong program, you could end up paying more than you need – and not get the experience you wanted in the first place.

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

Jet card pricing 2021

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?

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