While you should have high expectations for your private jet provider after paying a lot of money, here are easy tips that will help mitigate disappointment and frustration
Recently I offered some advice for those of you considering switching jet card programs, something about half of subscribers say they are considering.
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During the annual private jet Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference held this week in Nashville, the forecast was varied. Here’s what it could mean to you
There are two questions I get most often from buyers of private jet flights, either through on-demand private jet charter, jet cards, or fractional ownership. When will the prices go back down? And when will the reliability go back up?
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Salespeople are the front line for private jet providers, but they sometimes put their own companies at risk of disappointing new clients
I often tell subscribers there are two big lies: “I love you forever” and “We don’t have those issues.” Personal commentary aside, the second untruth relates to the state of private aviation.
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Start-up Imperium Jets previously said it was launching by-the-seat flights in California. This time it is partnering with PC-12 operator Flying Zebra
Imperium Jets is partnering with Flying Zebra to offer by-the-seat flights between Westchester County Airport, north of New York City, and Miami International Airport.
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