Through the end of April, the former Skyjet Explorer pay-as-you-go
fixed rate jet card is being discounted to $5,000
Directional Aviation’s OneSky, which owns Flexjet and Sentient Jet, said it has merged its Skyjet brand into PrivateFly, which it had acquired last September. Skyjet was acquired by Directional in 2014 as part of Bombardier’s divestiture of its fractional share arm Flexjet. The Skyjet team is being merged into PrivateFly under Adam Twidell, the co-founder and CEO of PrivateFly.
Several jet card programs offer fixed rates and guaranteed availability in both the U.S. and Europe
If you are planning to take a European vacation this summer, or perhaps you travel to Europe on business, several U.S. jet cards give you fixed rates and guaranteed availability on the other side of the pond.
European jet cards for the U.S.-based flier
While there are more providers that offer Europe-only
solutions, if you are flying privately here in the U.S. sometimes it’s nice to
have a one-size fits all option. To find those companies that can help you on
both sides of the Atlantic, we scoured the Private Jet Card Comparisons
database of over 50 providers and more than 300 programs.
The New York-based jet card brokers is reporting 32% sales
Powered by 32% growth year-over-year compared to 2018, New
York-based jet card broker JetSet Group will launch an advertising campaign on
CNBC starting tomorrow. Included will be digital advertising and sponsorship of
The jet card broker bases flight charges by miles instead of
Through the end of March, new buyers can save $500 off
Silver and $2,500 off a Gold Distance Card. Prices range between $9 and $24 per
mile based on size of jet and distance traveled. For example, a small jet (four
seats) is $12 per mile if you fly between 1,000 and 1,999 miles, so a
1,000-mile trek would cost $12,000.
When comparing the cost of jet cards, make sure you take a look at the fine print
Getting a fixed hourly price and guaranteed availability are two key advantages of buying a jet card over on-demand charter. However, what you see on jet card seller websites doesn’t always match what you are charged when you get your first invoice. Whether you subscribe to Private Jet Card Comparisons or not – for $250 it will save you hours of time and potentially thousands of dollars – I wanted to share some tips for what to look for.