The largest private jet operator in the world continues its focus on lifestyle programs for its fractional share and jet card customers
Wine and private jets might not be quite like peanut butter and jelly, but they do seem to go together.
In the news section of its website, NetJets is highlighting its Vintner Circle Program.
In a wide-ranging interview with Corporate Jet Investor, NetJets’ president Patrick Gallagher highlights key private aviation issues and trends
“It’s clear owners still want to talk to our teams in person despite having online accessibility”
Recently Corporate Jet Investor featured one of the best overall interviews I’ve read about inside NetJets, and as the market leader, its perspective on the industry
NetJets says its “Likelihood to Recommend” score is at a record high
In a year-end message, NetJets recapped a number of accomplishments.
Among the most notable, the Berkshire Hathaway-owned private jet operator too delivery of its 100th Citation Latitude and 100th Challenger. It also marks its key role in supporting manufacturers and creating quality jobs.
This month brings its first Citation Longitude, and a year with nearly 70 deliveries of new aircraft.
Earlier this year, it also launched jets cards for the Phenom 300 and Citation Sovereign.
The move celebrates its 100th Citation Latitude entering its U.S. fleet later this month
NetJets is celebrating its 100th Cessna Citation Latitude’s entry into the U.S. fleet later in December by offering complimentary upgrades.
The roundtrip upgrade to the Latitude comes with the purchase of any 25-hour Embraer Phenom 300 or Citation Excel jet card before the year-end.
Netjets has added yacht rental and management specialist Northrop & Johnson to its luxury partners, including Four Seasons, Wynn Las Vegas, and Canyon Ranch
Northrop & Johnson sells over $100 million of luxury yacht charters annually. The company currently has $1.2 billion in superyacht listings for sale.
With its global private air solutions via fractional ownership, leases and jet cards, and partnerships with luxury hotels, resorts, spas, and ground transportation services, NetJets, the largest private aviation provider in the world, now has the oceans covered as well.
Northrop & Johnson, a Florida-based specialist in yacht rentals and yacht sales, management, and marketing, will offer “exclusive benefits” to customers of the private air provider.
The new NetJets jet cards give it a true light jet and another coast-to-coast option
Private Jet Comparisons has exclusively confirmed NetJets has added the Embraer Phenom 300 light jet (as we reported it would last year) and Cessna Citation Sovereign super-midsize jet to its jet card line-up, although at just over 30,000 pounds maximum takeoff weight it is classifying it as a midsize aircraft.
Both will be sold as Elite Card programs, meaning 24-hour lead-time for reservations with the hourly price including fuel, 7.5% Federal Excise Tax, and deicing. Peak day lead-time is 120 hours with a 25% surcharge.
Several jet card programs offer fixed rates and guaranteed availability in both the U.S. and Europe
If you are planning to take a European vacation this summer, or perhaps you travel to Europe on business, several U.S. jet cards give you fixed rates and guaranteed availability on the other side of the pond.
European jet cards for the U.S.-based flier
While there are more providers that offer Europe-only
solutions, if you are flying privately here in the U.S. sometimes it’s nice to
have a one-size fits all option. To find those companies that can help you on
both sides of the Atlantic, we scoured the Private Jet Card Comparisons
database of over 50 providers and more than 300 programs.