Private Jet Card Comparisons launches JET CARD DECIDER

How much is a private jet? Figuring out the right jet card membership program is more than just comparing hourly rates. JET CARD DECIDER from Private Jet Card Comparisons makes it even easier.

 

Private Jet Card Comparisons today launches its exclusive JET CARD DECIDER tool to help make finding the best jet card membership program even easier. The new service is available exclusively to new and current paid subscribers at no additional cost. Private Jet Card Comparisons provides the most comprehensive comparison data on jet card companies comparing over 250 programs by more than 65 variables. 

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Since our official launch in April 2017, you’ve been visiting our website, signing up for our newsletters and subscribing to access our comparison spreadsheets which compare over 250 private jet card programs by more than 65 variables. Jet cards are the sweet spot of private aviation with the number of providers and programs more than doubling since the Great Recession. 

Wheels Up highlights the time savings of jet card membership for summer travel plans

Wheels Up features its own fleet of Citation X, Citation Excel/XLS and King Air 350i

 

Of the more than 20 new jet card programs launched since the Great Recession, Wheels Up has been one of the most notable providers. Founded by Kenny Dichter, who in 2001 started Marquis Jet Partners before selling it to NetJets, Wheels Up can be credited with popularizing the use of turboprops and a membership model. 

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Fractional jet cards are sourced from the fleets of companies that sell fractional ownership shares such as NetJets, Flexjet and Nicholas Air. But not all fractional share providers sell jet cards with PlaneSense as an example.

Air Chicago offers 50% membership discount during May preview sessions

Air Chicago is hoping to launch a buy-the-seat private jet shuttle service offering Chicagoans roundtrip same day flights to key business cities

 

AirChicago which wants to grow its network to 30 of the most traveled routes from Chicago and then replicate the model in other cities and is hoping to get off the ground in June. Members can book seats on scheduled private jet flights using private terminal facilities to avoid the commercial airport experience and save time. To give potential members a chance to meet and greet executives and tour the FBO that will be home to its operations, the upstart private jet operator has set a series of open house dates in May. Attendees will receive a 50% discount off their first year’s membership.