Jet card and charter broker OneFlight International has a new customer and a big fan. He’s Hollywood icon, business entrepreneur and aviation enthusiast Kurt Russell
Kurt Russell needs no introduction. However, you may not know the acting great is also an experienced pilot who has owned multiple aircraft, sometimes clocking hundreds of flight hours per year. In addition to his storied career in Hollywood entertaining us, he is also a rancher and winemaker. More relevant to this website, he is now a jet card member with Denver-based broker OneFlight International as a paying member, not an ambassador. What’s more, he found the company doing his own research and likes what he has seen so much; he is eager to spread the word.
Private jet travelers will get a $25,000 flight credit if they buy at least 50 BAJIT hours from jet card broker OneFlight in March
Is this a proposition that would be a winner on Shark Tank? Englewood, Colorado-based private jet broker OneFlight International, which is fronted on TV commercials by Robert Herjavec, is offering customers who buy at least 50 hours in its BAJIT jet card program during March a $25,000 flight credit.
While Bombardier is ending production of the iconic Learjet, there are hundreds in the charter fleet, and these two companies offer the type in jet card format
Goodbye Learjet. Popularized by Frank Sinatra, James Brown, and Arnold Palmer, private jet’s popularity has been on the decline for more than a decade.
Having started accepting the cryptocurrency as payment for on-demand private jet charter flights in 2014, customers can now create a Bitcoin account with flight charges based on the value at the time of booking
Directional Aviation’s PrivateFly has launched a Bitcoin Jet Account. The move comes as it reveals more than one in 10 of its private jet flights were paid for in Bitcoin last month. The bookings represented 19% of its sales.