While jet cards offer a myriad of benefits, they aren’t for everyone and aren’t necessarily a singular solution. Here’s why…
Jet cards are a tool of convenience. The ones that offer fixed or capped rates with guaranteed availability enable you to book flights in seconds and, at the same time, accurately budget how much you will be paying over the next 12 to 24 months.
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U.K.-based charter broker Air Charter Service saw sales in the first half of 2022 spike 49% to $770 million
Air Charter Service saw revenues for the first half of 2022 increase to $770 million.
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Private jet aircraft broker Western Aviation is expanding its charter broker with a dynamic pricing jet card
There’s a new jet card provider. Sugar Land, Texas-based Western Aviation has launched its first program tabbed as simply Jet Card Membership.
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European VLJ jet card operator GlobeAir follows NetJets and Flexjet in selecting an eVTOL for a last-mile strategy
European charter operator GlobeAir has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with eVTOL manufacturer Lilium N.V. The intention is to purchase 12 aircraft.
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