NetJets Europe is making its private jets more accessible with a pay-as-you-go membership for €8,500, plus local VAT
NetJets Europe is making a dramatic move in the jet card segment by starting a pay-as-you-go membership. For an annual fee of €8,500, plus local VAT, you get access to its fleet with fixed one-way rates. Previously, the entry-level program in Europe for the world’s largest private jet operator was a 25-hour jet card. That requires a deposit of over $150,000.
Boston-based jet card broker Magellan Jets says as jet card sales soared, the number of hours increased by 20%, although flight hours dropped 20%
Lot’s of buying. Less flying. Like other jet card sellers, Magellan Jets reports its 2020 had ups and downs. Behind a 200% spike in jet card sales and a 20% increase in jet card hours, flight hours were down 20%.
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 new program has a fee of $50,000 and then pay-as-you-go instead of full funding upfront
Alliance Aviation, the start-up founded by former Dumont Aviation executives, has launched a new jet card offering.
The CARES Pay-As-You-Go Jet Card requires a non-refundable $50,000 deposit. For the first 25 hours, you pay $2,995 per hour on a light jet. For hours 26 to 50, you then pay $3,995 per hour. Aircraft include Hawker 400XPs or larger.