Subscribers of Private Jet Card Comparisons can now search for programs with fixed/capped one-way pricing to the Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii, in both the U.S. and Europe, and for transatlantic flights
Finding the right private jet membership for travel to the Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii, and other international destinations just became easier for paid subscribers of Private Jet Card Comparisons.
Jet card execs from Air Partner, Magellan Jets, and Nicholas Air say having hundreds of customers instead of thousands is a benefit
Two are brokers; the other is an operator. None are small, but they are not the most prominent players when it comes to selling jet cards.
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.
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.