Among the many differences between flying privately and commercially are the rules that govern one-way and roundtrip fares
One regular comment I get from subscribers is that there is
a lot of jargon and lingo specific to jet cards and on-demand charter. In some
ways one-way pricing may be among the most straightforward, but that’s only
because roundtrip is confusing.
The charter broker arm of Dumont Group is offering new incentives for jet card buyers
Rhode Island-based ProspAir Jet Charter is offering three free hours when purchasing a 50 hour jet card and one free hour when you buy 25 hours, bonuses of 6% and 4%. The company offers category cards covering light, midsize, super midsize and large cabin jets plus a dedicated Dassault Falcon 2000 jet card.
25 Hour Jet Cards Start At $125,000
Jet card seller Sentient is offering VIP experiences for cardholders attending the Big Game
Boston-based jet card seller Sentient Jet said it is continuing its support for New England Patriots fans. It is creating a unique Super Bowl experience for Cardholders who are heading to Atlanta for the game. To highlight its local pride, the company is decking out cabins with fan gear, catering flights with staple New England dishes and connecting members with VIP access through On Location Experiences, according to a press release.
The two most searched private aviation companies are surprisingly different
Each month there are over 50,000 unique online searches for both NetJets and Wheels Up. While each play in the consumer solutions sector of the private aviation space, their differences underline something that is often surprising to many, and that is there are significant differences between the various providers.
In this article we talk about one of the key components of a
jet card that not all programs offer
You might ask, “How can you say guaranteed availability is a key component of a jet card, yet not all programs offer it.” OK, call it a flourless cake. Unlike products such as the sparkling wine that comes from Champagne, France, there are no laws that regulate what’s in your jet card. As the number of providers and programs has exploded in the past decade, it has meant that new twists on cards that omit features traditionalists believe are mandatory.