The Canadian online broker recently launched its first jet card program and is now expanding inflight food options
Online private jet broker Jettly which recently launched its first jet card program has launched Jettly Eats. The new division is a portal for a network of catering and restaurant facilities that serve more than 1,800 airports around the world.
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.
The Canadian private jet charter broker is bringing a fixed markup model to its Jet Card
Canada-based upstart Jettly is bringing its fixed pricing markup model of private jet charter to the Jet Card segment. It follows Wholesale Jet Club last year as well as Paramount Business Jets, which both sell Jet Cards using a fixed markup over operator pricing. U.K.-based Victor has said it will launch a deposit product in the U.S. early this year. In the case of Jettly and Wholesale Jet Club, the programs also include a monthly or annual fee in addition to the fixed markup.
The Canadian-based charter broker provides wholesale, fixed fee-based pricing with both individual and business memberships for private jet travel
Canadian-based charter broker Jettly has formed a strategic partnership with UBER, adding the company to its official list of Jettly Global Partners. The company, which launched last year, offers membership programs which are based on monthly fees plus a fixed markup from the pricing charged by the charter operators it uses.
Jettly members pay a monthly or annual membership, but no commission on their charter flights
Start-up private aviation charter broker Jettly this week launched a new, no-commission model for selling on-demand charter flights. The six-person operation is headed by Internet entrepreneur Justin Crabbe, and he says, by stripping out the commission, he hopes to make buying private jet charters easier. Right now, he says, with the amount of markup or commission brokers tack onto the price from operators, consumers are inclined to call multiple brokers in an attempt to “get the same airplane for less money.”