Your jet card contract is what you are buying…read it!

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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.

NetJets Europe launches pay-as-you-go membership

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NetJets Europe is making its private jets more accessible with a pay-as-you-go membership for €8,500, plus local VAT

NetJets Europe is making a dramatic move in the jet card segment by starting a pay-as-you-go membership. For an annual fee of €8,500, plus local VAT, you get access to its fleet with fixed one-way rates. Previously, the entry-level program in Europe for the world’s largest private jet operator was a 25-hour jet card. That requires a deposit of over $150,000.

A look at new Jet Card providers from 2020

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These companies launched jet cards and private jet memberships during 2020

Recently, Sentient Jet CEO Andrew Collins told Bloomberg that private jet cards and membership were having a “moment.” Judging by the number of new entrants, the trend is not going unnoticed.

StraightLine Private Air teams up to offer National Parks by private jet journeys

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The jet card membership program is offering customized vacation options by teaming up with Under Canvas

Under Canvas, a growing adventure-hospitality company has joined with StraightLine Private Air to offer a week-long experience exploring the iconic national parks of the West.

Leveraging the power and convenience of private aviation, guests will see seven national parks in just 7 days by traveling aboard a private aircraft. Highlights include four Under Canvas glamping resorts – Moab, Yellowstone, Glacier and Zion.

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