Air Partner adds flexibility to its flexible JetCard program

Air Partner

When it comes to rules, for Air Partner, jet cards are meant to be customized

Private jet travel is just 18% of Air Partner’s diversified business, which includes large group charter, cargo, and aviation safety-related consulting

Air Partner recently completed a complex Coronavirus emergency evacuation flight from Japan to the U.K.

U.K.-based Air Partner has long had one of the better jet card programs, or as it calls it, JetCard. That’s based on the published rules. But, that’s not where it ends.

But before we look at what’s off the menu, let’s quickly recap its North America-based program as is.

A flexible jet card

The starting point to buy is just 10 hours, compared to 25 hours for many providers.

Jet Card Aircraft Options 101, including pricing and costs

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Light Jet, Large Cabin Jet, Turboprops, or specific types such as the Embraer Phenom 300?

Your guide to finding the perfect cabin category, or private jet (and turboprop) specific Jet Card for your needs

Jet cards are the fastest-growing segment of private jet charter. Over the past decade the number of companies offering jet memberships more than doubled.

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