Fractional jet card and share operator NetJets rolled out the red carpet for clients during this past weekend’s Formula 1 in Monaco
While NetJets boasts the largest fleet of private jets in the world and uber high standards for pilot experience and training, it has also made its mark by offering its jet card and fractional owners hospitality experiences at signature events such as the Super Bowl and The Masters. Over the past weekend, executives were busy wining and dining customer in Monaco for the Formula 1 race won by Australia’s Daniel Ricciardo who bested Germany’s Sebastian Vettel and Great Britain’s Lewis Hamilton.
#FlyPrivateFriday is our new end of the week feature as we scan social media to showcase the #FlyPrivate private jet lifestyle that comes with a jet card membership.
We like to say jet cards are the Uber of private aviation. With one call you are on your way and while you can buy 100-hour and million dollar jet cards there are also programs starting at just five hours. We promise this features will be easy reading. Like Private Jet Card Comparisons, we do the heavy lifting for you, arduously peering across the social media profiles of folks who forgot to mark their settings private and sharing some highlights of fun at 40,000 feet without the pain of TSA security lines or having to take the train to Concourse Z.