Hourly rates from websites and marketing brochures won’t tell you how much your actual flights will cost
Jet cards make flying easy. However, many people make the mistake of using hourly rates from provider websites and marketing brochures to figure out flight costs.
If a program advertises an hourly rate of $5,000, a 90-minute flight should be $7,500. A 30-minute flight would be $2,500. Wrong! Read our in-depth report on jet card pricing here.
While the number of jet cards providers and programs has doubled since the Great Recession, comparing pricing head-to-head used to be difficult…until now
Jet cards are soaring literally with the number of providers and programs more than doubling since the Great Recession. A key tool in the portfolio of private aviation users, jet card membership programs fit snuggly between full and fractional ownership on one side and on-demand charter on the other.