Jet Token has added a 50-hour jet card and is now allowing jet card members to use unused funds to upgrade to fractional ownership
Western U.S. fractional and jet card start-up Jet Token has added a 50-hour jet card. The HondaJet program now allows all cardholders to utilize unused funds to upgrade to fractional ownership and leases.
The start-up HondaJet fractional operator is taking a different and limited approach to selling its now flying fleet of Very Light Jets
Suddenly, there are HondaJet fractional providers everywhere you look, well, at least in three places. Jet It, which popularized the very light jet to the fractional market, now has company. Volato and Jet Token both took flight this year. However, Jet Token is the only one offering a jet card program.
Jet Token Overview
|Leadership||Mike Winston, Executive Chairman|
George Murnane, CEO
|Headquarters||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Jet Card Hourly Rates||$5,445 per hour, plus 7.5% FET|
|Related Products||On-demand Charter, Fractional Ownership|
Jet Token is a Las Vegas-based fractional share operator that also sells jet cards on a fleet of HondaJet Elite S very light jets. Its launched flight operations in Fall 2021, currently has to of the very light jets and expects to take delivery of three more by Q3 of 2022. Aircraft are operated by Cirrus Aviation.
Its jet card is included in the Private Jet Card Comparisons’ database of over 50 jet card providers, enabling you to compare programs in minutes.
When was the company founded?
Who owns the Jet Token?
Jet Token is privately held
Who is the CEO?
How are their aircraft sourced?
Jet Token has a fractional HondaJet fleet operated by Cirrus Aviation
What are the initiation and membership fees?
What is the entry-level program?
25 hours or Pay-as-you-go
Does the jet card offer fixed or capped rate pricing?
What is the company website?
Where is the headquarters?
Las Vegas, Nevada