As major players restart sales, boutique broker Starflight Aviation has stopped jet card sales in both the U.S. and Europe
U.K.-based charter broker Starflight Aviation is withdrawing from the jet card market. The move impacts both its U.S. and European jet card offerings.
Omaha-based Jet Linx Aviation expects to restart jet card sales at some of its bases as early as next week
Jet Linx Aviation, the sixth-largest U.S. private jet operator, based on fractional and charter flight hours, will start selling jet cards again as early as next week. A formal announcement could come in the next several days.
NetJets says it hopes “to return to selling our full product lineup by Spring” while blasting competitors
In an email to customers and prospects, NetJets says it will “gradually resume sales starting in Q1.”
Charter Flight Group’s new Clear Membership jet card offers dynamic pricing, plus a 12%-18% management fee
Charter Flight Group is putting its fixed-rate jet cards on hiatus, replacing them with dynamic pricing as charter market pricing continues to spike.