The rich are getting richer. Commercial airline service is getting worse as is the airport experience. Luckily, there are more ways to fly via private aviation where you don’t have to be worth $50 or $100 million and more.
JetSuite, the California-based private jet operator, is the first company featured in Private Jet Card Comparisons’ (PJCC) Elevator Pitch series. For the series, PJCC invited executives of jet card providers to give their best sales pitch on why you should consider their programs. Each executive was limited to 300 words.
Coachella is attracting private jets big league in 2017, according to a report by website Quartz. It reports XOJET flights are up 40% to three desert area airports, and XOJET was not alone.
Forbes is continuing its series looking at the variety of private jet card solutions by taking a step back and asking, why bother? Do jet cards even make sense?