Magellan Jets Publishes 7 Essential Questions To Ask Before Buying A Jet Card

The guide by Magellan Jets is a good reminder that there is much more to it than price when buying a Jet Card


Magellan Jets has published a new online guide titled, “Researching Jet Cards: 7 Essential Questions Everyone Should Ask, authored by David Wyndham, president of Conklin & de Decker, an aviation consulting firm. 

Air Partner Stock Gets A Buy Rating

The U.K.-based Jet Card seller is publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange


According to a report from business journals, Liberum Capital upgraded shares of Air Partner (LON:AIR) to a buy rating in a report published late last month. Liberum Capital currently has GBX 165 price target on the private aviation stock, up from their previous price target of GBX 150. 

5 Reasons Your Company Should Buy A Jet Card

Business aviation provides companies big returns and Jet Cards are an easy way to access private travel with high levels of control and accountability


Users of private aviation know first hand how it can boost business. No Plane, No Gain is an industry organization supported by both the National Business Aviation Association and General Aviation Manufacturers Association and has gain supporters from a wide range of private jet users, including CEOs of major private and public companies. High profile endorsers have ranged from Neil Armstrong and Arnold Palmer to Warren Buffett. 

Europe: Charter, Jet Cards Power 4.5% Private Aviation Growth in February

February private aviation flying in Europe hit 57,037 flights marking a 4.5% increase in year-over-year (YOY) activity


Business jet departures were up by 3%, with a decline in private flight missions, owners flying in their own private jets, offset by 5% gains in charter and Jet Card activity, according to WingX, a consulting firm. Western and Central Europe saw healthy growth in flight activity, although flat in the UK and modest in Italy. Germany had the strongest growth, mainly growth in turborop activity. Spain had the largest growth in private jet activity at +9%. 

JET CARD INSIDER – From Prices To Policies, We Look At XOJET’s New And Relaunched Programs

XOJET has launched new programs with both dynamic and fixed pricing, using its own fleet and a closed fleet of third-party charter aircraft


In the past year, XOJET has overhauled its existing programs and added new programs and benefits. The Brisbane, California based operator has also announced it has hired Perella Weinberg to explore options from attracting new investors to buying other companies and possibly a sale. With all of this going on, we figured it was timely (and necessary) to update the Jet Card Insider report in June 2017

Jet Linx May Open Teterboro and White Plains Bases; Hires Base President and To Open New York Office

The Omaha-based Jet Card seller is looking to make its debut in New York a big one


Jet Linx Aviation may open bases at both Teterboro Airport and Westchester County Airport as part of its previously announced expansion into the New York metro area. It is also moving forward in its efforts to open a base in Boston and recently added former NetJets EVP John Daut to lead the efforts in the Northeast. Jet Linx will also open a sales office in New York City, CEO Jamie Walker told Private Jet Card Comparisons during a brief visit to the Big Apple. 

Jettly Adds Bitcoin Payment Option For Jet Card Members

Jettly launched its first Jet Card program last month


Canada-based Jettly is joining the line of private aviation companies that are accepting Bitcoin. Its managed members will now be able to use the cryptocurrency to fund their accounts and pay for their ongoing travel, the company said in a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons.