Jet card execs from Air Partner, Magellan Jets, and Nicholas Air say having hundreds of customers instead of thousands is a benefit
Two are brokers; the other is an operator. None are small, but they are not the most prominent players when it comes to selling jet cards.
The private jet membership provider is giving limited edition timepieces from the Swiss watchmaker. Membership cost is $97,500.
JetSmarter announced it is collaborating with luxury Swiss watchmaker Hublot to launch a limited edition timepiece collection that will be available exclusively to JetSmarter members. The Classic Fusion Carbon Fiber JetSmarter watch “will exhibit a sophisticated aesthetic with a sleek 45mm case in polished black ceramic. The dial will feature the JetSmarter logo integrated into the subdial at 3 o’clock,” the two companies said in a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons.
The all-you-can-fly membership program has added on-demand charter to its offerings
Surf Air is adding on-demand charter to its fly as much as you want by the seat membership programs. The new Surf Anywhere aircraft options include short, medium and long-haul planes. As an incentive to use its brokerage, Surf Air is giving charter customers a free membership for its Surf Air Escapes program, a $2,500 value.
From big players such as Warren Buffett’s NetJets, the largest operator of private jets in the world, to boutique brokers, the number of companies selling Jet Cards has grown more than 100% in the past decade
In the past 10 years the number of companies selling jet cards has more than doubled. Perhaps that’s because once you find a program that fits your unique flying needs, jet cards make private flying easy – as little as one phone call or tapping your app. Private Jet Card Comparisons provides detailed comparisons of more than 250 jet card programs by over 65 variables, each of which may influence the offering that is best for you.