The jet card broker uses miles instead of minutes to price jet card flights and it translates well to its new app
There’s innovation, and then there’s innovation that truly provides tangible benefits.
The Distance Card from Airstream Jets has always fallen into the latter in my opinion.
While jet cards make flying easy, figuring out pricing is anything but. Yes, in most cases you know your one-way rate, meaning you don’t have to worry about repositioning fees.
And yes, it’s articulated in hours. But is it actual flight time, or is it estimated flight time?
And then with actual flight time, you don’t truly know how much the flight cost you until after you landed.
Jet card broker AirStream Jets is waiving its 20% international surcharge for travel to the Bahamas through the end of 2019
The best way to help the Bahamas recover is to take a
vacation in the Bahamas. It may sound odd, but 60% of the country’s GPD comes through
tourism, and since 90% of its upscale hotel rooms remain open, unaffected by
the wrath of Dorian, falling arrivals create a second economic crisis.
Beyond the hotels, their supply chains include numerous
local businesses, and then there are retail shops, boutiques, restaurants, bars,
taxi services, and the companies that support those businesses.
The jet card broker already offers discounts for roundtrips, hub flights and booking charter flights in advance
Florida-based Airstream Jets which uses a mileage-based model instead of hours for charging clients has added a new Flex Option Discount for its jet card members. Cardholders with flexible travel dates plus or minus one day who select the option will receive a 5% discount on any one-way trip. A seven day lead time is required. Final travel date will be determined no later than 48 hours prior to scheduled departure.