Among the many differences between flying privately and commercially are the rules that govern one-way and roundtrip fares
One regular comment I get from subscribers is that there is
a lot of jargon and lingo specific to jet cards and on-demand charter. In some
ways one-way pricing may be among the most straightforward, but that’s only
because roundtrip is confusing.
The new rules require private jet charter brokers to disclose who is operating the flight and other key information to consumers
Directional Aviation Sentient Jet said it supports the newly established Air Charter Broker regulations established by the Department of Transportation, which set a new standard for best practices within the private aviation industry. Taking effect today, it’s the first-ever set of rules for brokers and mandates transparency.
Best Private Jet Charter Brokers Guide is the first guide
that takes into account ARGUS and Wyvern certification along with Trustpilot,
Facebook, Glassdoor and Better Business Bureau ratings
There more than 3,000 private aviation charter brokers and charter operators globally. To help paid subscribers more easily find those brokers who have registered and certified themselves as well as the largest floating fleet operators and jet card providers who also offer on-demand brokerage services, Private Jet Card Comparisons has created Best Private Jet Charter Brokers Guide.
84 leading private jet charter brokers in one place
Toronto-based jet card and on-demand charter broker Jettly is opening its first U.S. office in New York
After launching in Canada in 2016, Jettly is now looking to expands its customer base by opening an office in New York. In a press release, Jettly said it saves its customers on average about 20% of their private charter expenditures by charging “flat fully transparent rates for air charters without the normal commission of most private air charter brokers.”
Business aviation analytics company WingX reports flight activity continues to weaken, especially for jet charters
For the full year 2018, 13 of the 20 largest markets in Europe were up, although, of the biggest, only Germany and Spain got robust growth, according to a press release from WingX. Activity has clearly slowed in the second half in UK, France, Italy. The biggest declines, according to Wing-X came from Russia and Turkey.