Wheels Up and Delta Air Lines are not alone. Flexjet was started by American Airlines; NetJets, United Airlines, and Pan Am reveal links between private jets and airlines date back nearly 60 years
Did you know American Airlines was behind the launch of Flexjet? Or without Pan Am, the Dassault Falcon program may never have taken flight. Did you know Pan Am also operated Teterboro Airport, currently the busiest private jet airport in the world? And yes, United Airlines once had an order for dozens of private jets.
These providers are new or launched their first jet cards and memberships since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in February 2020
As demand ebbs, new jet card providers are flowing. In addition to existing players restructuring and changing their programs, as well as offering new types of memberships (We’ve done over 300 updates in the last three years), there has been a host of new providers since the beginning of 2020, when the Covid pandemic changed everything.
Charter and jet card operator Qatar Executive now has 15 Gulfstream G650ERs after added a trio of the ultra-long-range private jets in 2022
Qatar Airways’ private jet charter and jet card operator, Qatar Executive, is the biggest operator of Gulfstream G650ERs after adding three more last year.
Lufthansa had been using NetJets to supply lift for Lufthansa Private Jet before ending the service in April
German flag carrier Lufthansa ended its Lufthansa Private Jet service in April, Private Jet Card Comparisons has confirmed.