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Private Jet Card Comparisons is the only independent buyer’s guide to private jet programs. It’s the only guide that doesn’t sell your data to jet card companies, and it’s the only company that provides widespread coverage, with over 50 providers and more than 250 programs.
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Fall means football – college and pro – the baseball playoffs and World Series, or if you want a little action right away, the U.S. Open Tennis Championships that run from August 27 through September 9. Or perhaps you want to see a concert – Elton John’s “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour has 38 U.S. dates starting in September. StraightLine Private Air is offering vouchers up to $2,000 if you buy a jet card by September 21.
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The Private Jet Traveler Report 2018 seeks to explain the various private aviation options available to wealthy consumers from full and fractional ownership to Jet Cards, on-demand charter and commercial first class
Researcher Wealth-X and VistaJet, which offers a high-end Jet Card membership program, earlier this week released The Private Jet Traveler Report 2018, a global perspective on who flies privately and how. Since the research was based in part on the VistaJet clientele, I am not sure it represents the entire industry (VistaJet’s sweet spot is long-hauls and 3+ hour trips on SuperMid and Large Jets). However, it does provide some interesting insights into why folks fly privately, none of which may be a surprise to you as a regular user of private jet services, but does dispel a few champagne and caviar myths.
In my fourth installment for Forbes.com about private jet cards and prepaid private jet charter programs, we deal “what doth make thou jet card?” While a number of companies will give you a nice plastic card with your name and their logo on it, is it really a jet card?
Which jet card is best?
The answer is there is no single best jet card or prepaid private aviation solution. It really depends on you. To help guide you, Private Jet Card Comparisons has compared over 80 separate programs across 65 points of difference.
While private jet card users often spend between $100,000 and $500,000 per year, a report from Business Jet Traveler shows most program decisions are made without much consideration. Only 3% of private jet card buyers use a consultant. Over 90% make their decisions based on finding a supplier online, an experience with a friend, or the recommendation of a friend. Yet the needs of each private jet user is different.