NetJets is pitching 25-hour, 5-year leases saying it’s “not sure” when a “short-term card will be offered, if ever”
NetJets sales executives are telling customers they are “not sure when the 25-hour short-term (jet) card will be offered, if ever.” Instead, they are pitching a 25-hour lease with a five-year term to fly starting in 2022 after the Easter holiday.
VistaJet’s Ian Moore talks to Private Jet Card Comparisons about its new short-term private jet lease offer responding to COVID-19 Coronavirus
Last month VistaJet came up with an innovative short-term solution to the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis. The answer was to offer its fleet of silver and red Bombardier private jets on short-term leases, starting at just one month. The leases include crews and even flight hours. We caught up with Chief Commercial Officer Ian Moore to get the details.
Leases start at just one-month instead of the typical 36 months for VistaJet’s Program, its version of a jet card
Many airlines have totally cut or drastically reduced international flights. VistaJet specializes in long-haul and intercontinental private jet flights
The high-end luxury private jet operator is also launching a humanitarian relief plan
VistaJet is launching Dynamic Jet Lease, a new short-term option providing guaranteed access.
Many airlines have been drastically cutting international flights, including grounding all international operations. In other cases, routes that previously had multiple daily nonstop flights are now served only a couple times per week.
VistaJet says the new program offers a short-term lease over one, two or three months. You get a dedicated aircraft and crew positioned at the nearest possible airport to you.
The private jet operator says it is on track to launch its fractional share, lease and jet card offerings in Europe
More plans are expected to be disclosed in the second quarter of this year
Flexjet’s long-planned expansion into Europe is still on track, the company told Private Jet Card Comparisons.
Several pilots commenting on chat board PPRuNe, which stands for Professional Pilot Rumor Network, had raised the question if Flexjet’s Europe launch was on hold.