Jet card providers have been reworking their programs to adapt to record demand and the new realities of sourcing private jets for clients
As demand for private jet travel continues unabated, the industry has been struggling to keep up. The result is jet card providers have been reworking their programs to adapt to these new realities. You can read our company-by-company overview of changes here.
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The new program has a fee of $50,000 and then pay-as-you-go instead of full funding upfront
Alliance Aviation, the start-up founded by former Dumont Aviation executives, has launched a new jet card offering.
The CARES Pay-As-You-Go Jet Card requires a non-refundable $50,000 deposit. For the first 25 hours, you pay $2,995 per hour on a light jet. For hours 26 to 50, you then pay $3,995 per hour. Aircraft include Hawker 400XPs or larger.
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Jet cards are the fastest-growing segment of private jet charter. Over the past decade the number of companies offering jet memberships more than doubled.
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