Jet card broker PJS Group has launched an innovative policy giving clients the option of how they want their trips priced
Actual flight time or estimated flight time? For jet card fliers it has always been a debate, often based on where you do most of your flying.
Actual flight time uses the calculation of wheels up to
touchdown, so takeoff to landing. On the other hand, estimated flight time is
like Uber. It doesn’t matter how long your flight actually takes, you are
billed the estimated flight time quoted prior to your trip.
According to Private Jet Card Comparisons’ Quick Compare Flight Pricing, the deal gives you the lowest hourly rates in light and super-midsize private jet categories of any national program
Jet card broker Private Jet Services, which made its mark
with corporate shuttles, sports team, live entertainment, and political
campaign charters, is offering a free hour with the purchase of a 10-hour jet
The offer requires purchase by July 4th and travel needs to be completed by Oct. 14, 2019, Columbus Day. The terms of the 10+1 card are the same as other PJS jet cards, according to the company.
Private Jet Services Group is offering three different deals, two tied to Black Friday with the other running through the end of the year. Black Friday Deal 1 offers a crisp $10,000 off your purchase of a 25-hour jet card. Black Friday Deal 2 offers with the purchase of a 25-hour jet card, a $4,000 American Express gift card and a $1,000 donation to the charity of your choice.
With jet fuel prices rising, fuel surcharges may become a factor in choosing a jet card or at least in making sure you know what pricing will be on your monthly invoice after you fly
One of the over 65 variables paid subscribers can compare to more than 250 programs is fuel surcharges. While fuel surcharges that fluctuate monthly are a standard part of fractional ownership and also fractional jet cards, other jet card providers split on fuel surcharges. Some programs have them – others don’t. Those jet card providers generally guarantee the fixed one-way rates they offer for a period of time – generally at least a year.
Jet Card companies believe it’s not just the private jet with the expansion of luxury and lifestyle partners for members
Private Jet Services (PJS) Group is the latest Jet Card program to focus on bulking up its lifestyle offering. While Sentient Jet, Wheels Up, NetJets and XOJET have long had various partners from luxury hotels and resorts to vacation clubs and jewelers, more companies are expanding those partnerships. PJS (read our Jet Card Insider review) recently added jeweler Todd Reed.