The lead time to book flights with a jet card varies
(Updated Oct 10, 2019) For those of you that plan in advance, you may not need access to a private jet on short notice, but all things being equal it never hurts. Sometimes, life happens and you need to get from where you are to some other place quickly. Or sometimes, you may need to fly a business colleague or family member on short notice. If you are using your jet card for business, shorter windows can be an advantage.
Writing out your specific needs will help you find the best jet card membership for your flying
Understandably, you just want to fly. What’s more, reaching out to multiple jet card providers is a time consuming process. And as soon as you request the information, chances are you will start to get telesales and email follow-up calls. At the same time, lead generation sites sell your data to jet card companies meaning you get unsolicited calls. Whether or not you subscribe to Private Jet Card Comparisons, make sure you spend a bit of time to write down your private flying needs.
Seven of the 10 busiest days for private jet flights were Thursdays
What are the busiest days for private jet flights? And which
days have the fewest movements? According to a just released report by Argus
TRAQPak, of the 10 busiest days for private flying during 2018 seven came on a
Thursday, which was also the busiest day of the week averaging 9,968 flight.
Florida, California, and Texas take the top three slots when it comes to business aircraft departures, according to ARGUS
An analysis of 2018 first half private aviation travel trends includes a list of U.S. states by the number of flight departures. Coming in at the top with 150,838 flights was Florida, followed by California (150,838), Texas (138,713), New Jersey (51,432), and Georgia (50,324). The five states with the fewest private aviation users were Vermont (2,040), Rhode Island (2,567), Delaware (2,867), West Virginia (4,758) and Maine (4,847).