Magellan Jets and PrivateFly set Cyber Monday on-demand charter discounts

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Delta Private Jets holds its one-day-only $5,000 sale for its Sky Access empty leg program today while Wholesale Jet Club and Jettly wind down their weekend promotions

PrivateFly and Magellan Jets are both offering deals if you book an on-demand charter today on Cyber Monday. In the case of PrivateFly, you can get $750 off your next private jet charter flight. You need to book by 11:59pm tonight and take-off before April 30th, 2019. Book online or call (866) 726-1222. A minimum spends of $7,500 (or equivalent currency) applies. The Offer can only be used once per booking and is not applicable on helicopter flights or additional services, such as car transfers.

Victor is launching Alto – a frequent flyer program for on-demand private jet charter customers

Alto is the new points-based frequent flyer program targeting private jet fliers who use Victor’s on-demand brokerage. We give you our evaluation – Is it worth it?

 

First, among major airlines, there was American Airlines and its AAdvantage Frequent Flier program back in 1981. Its compelling proposition of free flights to Hawaii made it an instant hit. Within months came everyone else. In the world of jet cards and fractional ownership, there have long been referral programs. Refer a friend (or enemy) and earn free flight hours, which with hourly rates of up to $10,000 or more, can be well, valuable. When buying cards, you can also try to wrangle an extra hour when you are signing. For on-demand charter, it has been mainly a trip to the Grand Bazaar with each journey a new opportunity to hone your skills and ask your broker, “Are you sure you can’t do a bit better?” Yesterday, U.K.-based charter broker Victor said it had launched its own frequent flier program hoping to develop loyalty with rightfully fickle on-demand charter customers who are conditioned to shop for a deal.