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.
NetJets, Wheels Up, and Sentient Jet execs tell attendees at Corporate Jet Investor Americas 2020 they expect the private jet recovery to continue through next year
Wheels Up, with the second-largest for-hire fleet behind NetJets, says flying is already at pre-COVID levels. Jet card leader Sentient Jet recently restored pre-pandemic budget levels
Airline CEOs continue to say it could take until 2024 or beyond to recover from the COVID-19 downturn. In a parallel universe, the heads of private aviation’s biggest players painted a far different picture. Bosses at NetJets, Wheels Up, and Sentient Jet each offered bullish 2021 forecasts. They were all speaking at Corporate Jet Investor Americas 2020.
The leading private jet card broker is continuing its support of thoroughbred racing at today’s unusual Triple Crown event
Today’s Belmont Stakes will be the first of the three Triple Crown races instead of its usual concluding position. There won’t be spectators. But in a small bow to normality, there will be sponsors, and Sentient Jet will be there.
The inventor of the jet card expects to hit the $300 million sales mark
On the same day, Delta Air Lines was announcing it would spin off its Delta Private Jets subsidiary and merge it with Wheels Up becoming the combined company’s largest shareholder, the inventor of the jet card was also making some news.
Sentient Jet CEO Andrew Collins told the hosts of Yahoo! Finance’s The Final Round his company is on target to hit the $300 million sales mark.