Air Charter Service now included in Private Jet Card Comparisons

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Air Charter Service becomes the 41st company compared in Private Jet Card Comparisons, the first and only independent buyer’s guide to private jet cards

 

U.K. – based charter broker Air Charter Service (ACS) becomes the 41st company to be included in the spreadsheet comparisons of Private Jet Card Comparisons, the only independent buyer’s guide to jet card programs. Over 250 different programs are included. Air Charter Service offers two types of jet cards – a market rate card and a second, new card which includes a guaranteed maximum price. The company was established in 1990. Service areas include both Europe and the U.S. 

Ecojets CEO Edgar Costa accused of fraud in hotel bankruptcy

The jet card program had launched a “cash back” jet card in 2017

 

Edgar Costa, the CEO of jet card charter broker Ecojets is “fighting back” after being accused of fraud in a hotel bankruptcy, according to three newspaper reports. The story has apparently been unfolding since July 16th when the TIME Nyack Hotel filed for Chapter 11 protection. In the news report from a local newspaper in the Lower Hudson Valley, it said, “Investors said the first move was to regain control by filing for Chapter 11 to get rid of manager Edgar Costa, whom they described as a conman who allegedly stole at least $1 million from the business.” 

Sentient Jet continues support of Homes For Our Troops

Sentient Jet sells fixed-rate, guaranteed availability jet cards by cabin size, including a super-midsize WiFi guaranteed card

 

Directional Aviation’s Sentient Jet announced it is continuing its support of Homes For Our Troops, a nonprofit organization that builds specially adapted custom homes for severely injured Veterans, through the sponsorship of the organization’s 8th annual Charity Golf Tournament on Monday, August 20th. The announcement builds upon Sentient Jet’s larger awareness campaign in support of the organization, which began in May with the private jet company’s sponsorship of Kentucky Derby contender Combatant and continued with sponsorships at the subsequent Preakness and Belmont Stakes. 

Northern Jet Management is now included in Private Jet Card Comparisons

The Grand Rapids, Michigan-based jet card seller also offers aircraft management and fractional shares

 

Northern Jet Management is now featured in the comparison charts of Private Jet Card Comparisons.

UPDATED (Second Update): JetSmarter lawsuit referred to arbitration. What’s next?

The plaintiffs in the lawsuit filed August 3, 2018, accusing JetSmarter of fraudulent sales practices have withdrawn their action after the case was referred to arbitration

 

(August 15, 2018 – The attorney representing the Jacksons tells Private Jet Card Comparisons that the case did not go to arbitration, but was amicably settled. He declined additional comment)

In a filing made today, the attorney representing Kathleen and Ronald Jackson withdrew their claim against JetSmarter seeking at least $250,000 after they said they had been misled by the company. The filing stated, “This matter having been commenced by Plaintiffs through the filing of a Complaint; and no Defendant having filed an Answer or Motion; this action is hereby voluntarily DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. Pro 41(a)(1)(A)(i).” According to a copy of the Civil Docket, the case has been referred to arbitration.