The Delaware-based charter operator and its jet card subsidiary have cut a high profile with a growing fleet of Falcon 2000s acquired from NetJets
Kevin Wargo, the CEO at Delaware-based Dumont Group and Christopher Tasca who served as the director at its ProspAir on-demand charter and jet card unit, have both left the company, an official confirmed.
The charter broker arm of Dumont Group is offering new incentives for jet card buyers
Rhode Island-based ProspAir Jet Charter is offering three free hours when purchasing a 50 hour jet card and one free hour when you buy 25 hours, bonuses of 6% and 4%. The company offers category cards covering light, midsize, super midsize and large cabin jets plus a dedicated Dassault Falcon 2000 jet card.
25 Hour Jet Cards Start At $125,000
Through November 30, 2018, ProspAir Air Charter is offering a handful of incentives to buy one of its jet cards
ProspAir, through parent Dumont Jets, is celebrating Thanksgiving by with a Black Friday Special. With the purchase of a 25-hour jet card, you can select two of the following concessions, including no fuel surcharge, no peak travel surcharge, no international travel surcharge, no taxi time or no interchange fee.
The upcoming jet card seller is offering customers a chance to earn extra hours through September
ProspAir Jet Charter, whose parent Dumont Aviation operates a fleet of light, midsize, super midsize and heavy jets is offering customers a chance to earn up to three free hours through the end of September. The offer is open to customers who purchase a 25-hour jet card, and for each friend they refer who also buys a 25-hour card membership, they will a free hour up to three total hours. If your referral books a charter, you get a $1,500 credit.