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.
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.
Primary Service Area is often overlooked when shopping for a jet membership
Jet cards make private travel easy. Once you find the right program, it becomes one call. Fixed rate, guaranteed availability memberships mean you know how much you are going to pay, often with as little as 12 hours of notice. It’s really pretty amazing when you think about it. Being able to get you a jet with legal flight crew within hours to take you wherever you want. It’s the last three words – wherever you want – which are the subject of Jet Card Buyer’s Tip #4 which covers Primary Service Area (PSA).
Why the fine print is important?
Air Partner’s jet card program has fixed-rate service areas in both the U.S. and Europe making it an ideal option for transAtlantic skiers
In its blog, Air Partner is getting into its winter groove by highlighting the benefits of flying to your ski vacations aboard a private jet. The number one benefit, according to the U.K.-based charter broker and jet card seller is, “Private jet charter affords you time.”