Leading jet card broker Sentient Jet is using technology to make booking flights easier, and it’s working
Since Sentient Jet, inventor of the jet card, doesn’t sell on-demand charter, it has an advantage over the many private aviation providers pitching their online interfaces as booking and quoting tools. They’re taking advantage of that difference. Here’s how.
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.
The Canadian entrepreneur is touting OneFlight’s BAJit booking app
Robert Herjavec, best known for
his role as an investor on ABC’ Shark Tank, is now singing the praises of
Denver-based ONEFlight International.
In the 30-second ads, the founder
and CEO of Herjavec Group extols the virtues of OneFlight’s Book A Jet
system, which goes by BAJit.
The Florida-based boutique charter and jet card broker has launched its first smartphone app
Designed for its clients as a way to facilitate even more convenient service, the ExpertJet Mobile App compliments the company’s 24/7 services by providing comprehensive travel itineraries, driving directions, and weather updates. Clients can use the app to plan trips, and specify any special requests in just a few clicks. Your request goes to your ExpertJet charter advisor immediately so he or she can provide the best options tailored to your needs.