The Denver-based jet card broker offers over 100 aircraft specific options for 25, 50, and 100-hour membership programs
Denver-based private jet charter broker OneFlight International is probably best known for having Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec as its frontman for TV commercials. However, its jet card offering a flight-by-flight choice of over 100 different aircraft types from the King Air 350 to Gulfstream G650 is truly unique. Now it is bulking up its lifestyle partnerships, as well.
SuiteKey customers can fly at discounted jet card rates on a pay-as-you-go basis through the end of 2020
Alliance Aviation, a charter and jet card broker affiliated with Part 135 operator Wing Aviation Group, is upping the battle for JetSuite’s SuiteKey jet card customers. JetSuite filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week after grounding its fleet.
The Canadian entrepreneur is touting OneFlight’s BAJit booking app
Robert Herjavec, best known for
his role as an investor on ABC’ Shark Tank, is now singing the praises of
Denver-based ONEFlight International.
In the 30-second ads, the founder
and CEO of Herjavec Group extols the virtues of OneFlight’s Book A Jet
system, which goes by BAJit.
The Goodspeed jet card is on its Pilatus PC-12 fleet with a service area covering the Northeastern U.S. and Caribbean
Tradewind Aviation, an operator of both private charter and by-the-seat semiprivate charter flights, is launching its first jet card program under the name Goodspeed across its fleet of 23 Pilatus PC-12 aircraft.
Targeting business travelers hopping from one meeting to the
next and leisure travelers headed for vacation homes or weekend getaways, and
families with children participating in traveling sports leagues, Goodspeed
offers fixed-rate, one-way pricing so you don’t pay for repositioning flights.
NetJets is the largest operator of private jets in the world, but it doesn’t offer all of its aircraft types in jet cards. Which one is next?
NetJets has previously said the jet card flying accounts for about 20% of flights with its core business of fractional shares and leases taking up the lion’s share. Currently, it has five jet specific cards covering light, midsize, super midsize and large private jets, a combination card that enables buyers to split time between two types, a cross-country card and an Elite card, which includes FET and fuel surcharges in pricing. There are no turboprops in the NetJets fleet, but it has a number of aircraft not in the jet card programs.