The jet card broker has debuted its Easy Private Jet Carbon Offset System tool
On-demand private jet charter and jet card membership
provider Paramount Business Jets (PBJ) has launched Easy Private Jet Carbon
Offset System, a new resource available not only to its clients but to the
entire private jet charter industry.
According to a press release, the new system is designed to
allow private jet passengers to mitigate pollution generated by their flight
for comparatively minimal financial or time costs.
The on-demand charter and jet card broker is investing in the industry’s future
Paramount Business Jets (PBJ) is helping to promote aviation careers and encourage the next generation of industry professionals by supporting a variety of scholarships available to high school and college students at the local, national and international levels.
“This amazing and wonderful industry offers many paths for students to not only discover their ideal career, but also a lifelong passion for aviation,” said Paramount Business Jets founder and CEO Richard Zaher in a press release, adding, “I absolutely believe those of us who’ve found our own callings within the aviation community have a responsibility to help these students reach their full potential and to develop our industry’s future.”
Charter broker Paramount Business Jets makes a case for the
With the increasing profile of branded floating fleets – think Delta Private Jets,
JetSuite, VistaJet, Dumont Group, TMC, and Jet Edge – Virginia-based Paramount
Business Jets issued a press release to highlight the benefits of working
through a charter broker instead of directly with an operator.
Paramount features a dynamic pricing model for its jet card with a fixed 10-11% markup for members starting at $50,000
Private jet charter, jet card membership, and sales and leasing broker Paramount Business Jets (PBJ) said it recently received its 200,000th charter flight request while hopping onto Inc. Magazine’s list of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the United States.
The Canadian private jet charter broker is bringing a fixed markup model to its Jet Card
Canada-based upstart Jettly is bringing its fixed pricing markup model of private jet charter to the Jet Card segment. It follows Wholesale Jet Club last year as well as Paramount Business Jets, which both sell Jet Cards using a fixed markup over operator pricing. U.K.-based Victor has said it will launch a deposit product in the U.S. early this year. In the case of Jettly and Wholesale Jet Club, the programs also include a monthly or annual fee in addition to the fixed markup.