In case you don’t read emails from your jet card company, here is our recap changes programs have been making in recent months
As private jet flying has reached record levels, capacity is being stretched. Providers are trying to line up more capacity. However, jet card rates, which in the past hadn’t changed for years at a time, have been on the rise. The midyear timing speaks to what’s happening in the market.
The New York-based on-demand charter and jet card broker registered its first six-figure Bitcoin transaction for a 25-hour jet card
Jet The World, which recently began accepting cryptocurrency for on-demand charters and jet cards, has already sold a jet card via the new currency. The six-figure purchase was for a 25-hour jet card membership. The company says the transaction was verified in under 24 hours.
Charter operators have to sign off before each flight they will comply with the policies, established in conjunction with the Hackensack University Medical Center
Jet card and charter broker Jet The World has implemented COVID-19 protection protocols designed by Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC). The facility is ranked second in New Jersey and ranked among the top 1% of all hospitals in the nation.
Both the Coronavirus pandemic and the CARES Act waiving the 7.5% Federal Excise Tax are impacting jet membership costs and terms
(Updated Nov. 20, 2020) To say the past month and a half has been a roller coaster for private aviation would be an understatement.
March started with high hopes. A spike in requests from first-timers who wanted to get to second homes or relocate family members kept activity close to normal.