With the purchase of a 50-hour membership on a super-mid or heavy aircraft by the end of the year, new members will have their choice of hospitality at the Super Bowl, Masters or Kentucky Derby
In an effort to expand its experiential offerings, jet card broker Magellan Jets is offering new members their choice of any of hospitality packages to three of the biggest sporting events in 2019 to be included as a gift. Recently it added a partnership with St. Barth properties and Worth Avenue Yachts. Now, with the purchase of a 50-hour membership on a super-midsize or heavy aircraft, members can choose one three VIP sporting events packages. All packages are for two guests and subject to availability at the time of booking. Additional tickets are available upon request.
One benefit of flying privately is the ability to access alternate airports during bad weather
Winter weather in the mountains can mean airport closings and delays. Jet card and on-demand charter broker Magellan Jets says one benefit of flying privately to your ski vacation means while commercial fliers see their trips canceled, there’s always a backup plan with private jets. It says, “The Magellan Jets team is always prepared to give our clients up to the minute notifications when and if your flight’s plans must change due to weather at any of these airports.” Recently it outlined U.S. destinations most likely to be impacted by extreme weather and best alternate airports.
The jet card and on-demand charter broker is hoping to get the word out that the popular Caribbean island has recovered from the hurricanes
Magellan Jets has signed an agreement with St. Barth Properties as its preferred private jet provider in advance of the peak winter travel season. The companies said the partnership is an effort to spotlight that the popular Caribbean destination is back and ready after last year’s hurricanes.
An in-depth look beyond JetSmarter’s legal woes, layoffs and last week’s safety incident to its actual flight schedules and how much you will end up paying for both single seats and to start shared flights
With a new lawsuit seeking at least $890,000 filed against JetSmarter last week in New Jersey and perhaps a dozen more customers contemplating legal action, Private Jet Card Comparisons has been told by multiple sources that as many as 40 people were laid off from the company over the past several weeks. In March 2017, its CEO Sergey Petrossov told the Miami Herald it had 260 employees.
In its 10th year, Magellan Jets has been a staple on the list of fast growing businesses
Move over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Your Boston-based neighbor – jet card and on-demand charter broker Magellan Jets – just landed on Inc’s 37th annual Inc. 5000, the sought after ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, for a sixth time, something accomplished by only 3% of companies.