Private jet broker LunaJets says a deficit of long-haul flights and business travel will make for a painful downturn this Fall
While some private jet charter brokers have been accused of overhyping the recovery, Geneva, Switzerland-based LunaJets is apparently not in that category.
Swiss-based LunaJets is a charter broker, with a dynamic pricing jet card program
Swiss business magazine Bilan has named LunaJets “Best Employer 2019 in Switzerland” in the category of small companies under 70 employees for the second year in the world. It’s the 11th year the magazine has produced the ranking, and it said it evaluated over 100 companies. LunaJets is the only private aviation company to have won the award.
The only independent guide covering over 45 providers and more than 250 jet card programs, Private Jet Card Comparisons does not sell or market subscriber contact information
Private Jet Card Comparisons has added five new jet card providers to its comparisons which compare over 250 programs by more than 65 variables from pricing to aircraft and pilot sourcing standards. Barron’s has described the website as the Kelley Blue Book for consumers who want to know before they buy. The new providers are DashJet, GrandView Aviation, Jet Logic, LunaJets, and Outlier Jets. Each company has completed the comprehensive spreadsheet detailing policies and pricing of their programs, available to paid subscribers.
At revolution.aero technology may have been center stage, but private jet charter brokers are likely to be a core part of the business for a while longer
While the focus of revolution.aero, a conference organized by Corporate Jet Investor here in San Francisco, was squarely on how technology will change the way we fly – including commuting to work aboard battery-powered airplanes and supersonic private jets within the next decade – charter customers will continue to want high touch service said, several executives.
The Switzerland-based charter broker takes good care of its workers, according to the leading financial magazine
Geneva-based LunaJets was awarded last week the top prize for “Best Employer 2018” for companies under 50 employees, by Bilan magazine, the business and economic reference in French-speaking Switzerland. It’s the 10th year the financial magazine has published its choice of companies for best HR practices.