Sentient Jet is managing record demand by limiting flying when it won’t have the capacity to fulfill member flights
After stopping adding new customers at the beginning of the month, Sentient Jet is now trying to deal with the pain point of scrambling to secure supply at the last minute – a supply that sometimes isn’t there.
Jet card leader Sentient Jet is expanding its fixed rates on the other side of the Atlantic and extending its recently launched transatlantic rates to become permanent
Flight volume this summer is expected to exceed pre-pandemic summers by 30-50%
Sentient is offsetting CO2 for jet card member flights by 300%
Following the launch of its transatlantic fixed-rate program in May, Sentient Jet is extending that program permanently. It’s also adding Morocco, Tel Aviv, Kyiv, Minsk, Moscow, and St. Petersburg to the list of cities in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa where members can fly with one-way pricing.
The inventor of the jet card enjoyed the best sales month in its 21-year history in December. It has lofty expectations for 2021, Sentient’s CEO Andrew Collins tells Bloomberg
The year 2021 begins with one of the jet cards segment’s largest players coming off a record month and record year.
In a podcast with Bloomberg’s Paul Sweeney, Sentient Jet CEO Andrew Collins told the host that December was the biggest month for jet card sales in its 21-year history.
Monthly flight activity has returned to pre-COVID-19 levels, according to jet card broker Sentient Jet, in a television news report
A news report from CBS KPIX5, a San Francisco area affiliate, about the increased interest in private jet travel revealed that surge has continued after the summer.