Shared Private Jets Guide

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Find private jet flights you can purchase by-the-seat or share with other private flyers exclusively in the Guide to Shared Private Services

Don’t need an entire private jet? Compare private jet sharing options regionally, nationally, and worldwide in the Guide to Shared Private Jet services from Private Jet Card Comparisons

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Compare crowd-sourced and by-the-seat private flight options by:

  • Company history
  • Ownership
  • Membership requirements
  • How it works
  • Route network
  • Pricing
  • Schedules
  • Aircraft types
  • Who operates your flights
  • Ground experience
  • Airport arrival deadlines
  • WiFi availability
  • Pets policies
  • Booking deadlines
  • Refund policies
  • Company websites

The guide is available to Private Jet Card Comparisons subscribers as an additional service to its Jet Card Comparisons, Quick Compare Flight Pricing Calculator, VIP Jet Card Decider service, and Guide to Charter Brokers.

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Private Jet Card Comparisons adds Guide to Shared Private Jet Services

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Shared private jet flights you can purchase by-the-seat are now covered in a new guide exclusively for subscribers of Private Jet Card Comparisons

JetSmarter is gone, but the concept of sharing a private jet is finally taking off. By-the-seat and jet sharing private jet services are expanding as more consumers seek to avoid large airport terminals and big airplanes. A dozen providers now offer a network of by-the-seat and crowd-funding private jet services covering the U.S. and beyond. For the first time, Private Jet Card Comparisons has cataloged these services and options, giving subscribers an exclusive Guide to Shared Private Jet Services.

COVID-19 raises illegal charter concerns a year after Sala’s deadly plane crash

are private jets safe

As private jet travel attracts price-sensitive newcomers, illegal charters with unqualified pilots and aircraft are creating new dangers

“We’ve just got done with a case..The PIC (Pilot-in-Charge) was not typed in the aircraft and the SIC (Second Officer-in-Charge) was a student pilot with less than 50 hours. That’s one of the most unsafe things I’ve seen. This stuff goes on. It happens.”

– FAA Inspector

Back in 2016, I was visiting the headquarters of Jet Linx Aviation in Omaha, Nebraska. Walking with its CEO Jamie Walker between a series of meetings, he suggested I write about illegal charters. He said it was a subject he didn’t think was getting enough attention.

Jet Linx joins Wheels Up and XO in private jet seat sharing

The fast-growing private jet management company is giving its aircraft owners as well as jet card customers the option to buy and sell extra seats on their flights

The Jet Linx base model with 18 locations provides a unique advantage giving it critical mass in the markets it serves, says its CEO Jamie Walker  

Last year there were over 40,000 empty seats on flights operated by Jet Linx for the owners of the private jets it manages and the members of its jet card program. Now the fast-growing Omaha-based private aviation provider is enabling both aircraft owners and card customers the ability to sell seats within its customer network.

OpenSeat Exchange private jet seat sharing

OpenSeat Exchange is available on its updated mobile app being launched today.

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