Websites that offer “free” analysis and recommendations of which private jet providers you should use need to make money somewhere. “Free” platforms like Robinhood that make the user the product may be expensive at the end of the day
What does finding the right private jet solution have to do with Robinhood, Gamestop, or for that matter, platforms like Facebook or A Place For Mom? Surprising a lot, and it’s proof free can be costly.
– 96% of new private jet travelers plan to continue after the pandemic
– 30% of respondents say domestic terror threats may increase their percentage of private flights away from the airlines
– 68% expect to travel internationally despite new COVID-19 requirements that include private jet travelers
A flash survey of subscribers to Private Jet Card Comparisons found nearly 30% may switch some airline flights to private aircraft amidst concerns about more domestic terror threats in the wake of the riots at the Capitol. The research also found despite the COVID-19 testing requirements for anyone entering the U.S., more than two-thirds expect to travel internationally. What’s more, 96% of respondents who had started or restarted flying privately due to the coronavirus say they plan to continue after the pandemic ends.
These companies launched jet cards and private jet memberships during 2020
Recently, Sentient Jet CEO Andrew Collins told Bloomberg that private jet cards and membership were having a “moment.” Judging by the number of new entrants, the trend is not going unnoticed.
Fans of Dassault’s high-performance Falcon 50 and Falcon 900B have a new private jet membership offering dedicated options
Ajax Jets is a new jet card provider founded earlier this year by industry veteran John Sullivan.