Jets.com pausing jet card sales

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New York-based jet card broker Jets.com is suspending jet card sales effective Sept. 1 as it seeks to cope with surging demand

Jets.com, a New York broker of jet cards that recently acquired Part 135 charter operator Pittsburgh Jet Center to provide added inventory, is now temporarily halting jet card sales, effective Sept. 1. Since June, private jet flying has been hitting record levels.

Jets.com offers first flight free jet card promotion

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Jet card broker Jets.com is offering up to two free flight hours with a first-flight free jet card promotion during March

New York-based jet card broker Jets.com offers a first flight free when you buy at least 25 hours by the end of March. The free flight is good for up to two hours of flight time on your selected cabin size. Jets.com offers light, midsize, super-midsize, and large cabin jet cards.

Jets.com rolls out 10-hour jet cards as COVID-19 Coronavirus response

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The Jets Dot Com membership eliminates the 7.5% Federal Excise Tax from its inclusive pricing

Unused hours are refundable

The latest COVID-19 Coronavirus response to last-minute flying needs spurred by the pandemic is from jet card broker Jets.com.

Access to its fixed-rate, guaranteed availability no-fee membership now starts at 10 hours. The program is also refundable for unused hours.

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