The high-end travel agency is offering its customers the opportunity to buy into Sentient membership at just 20 hours
An email from Quintessentially Travel, a luxury travel agency that is part of the Virtuoso network, is offering the ability to buy a jet card from Sentient Jet for just 20 hours. The standard buy-in for the jet card broker is 25 hours.
Over 50% of private jet flight hours sold since the beginning of April were to new customers
Jet card leader Sentient Jet today offered more evidence that private jet travel is set to get a boost from first-timers.
The unit of Directional Aviation’s OneSky Flight said over 50% of the more than 5,000 private jet flight hours it sold since the beginning of April were to first-time customers. Private Jet Card Comparisons estimates that equates to around $15 million in purchases from new members.
Two-year-old Outlier Jets claims to already have close to 200 jet card members. It’s now offering guaranteed WiFi on its Elite cards
It’s often easy to forget both McDonald’s and Starbucks started with a single location. And, of course, everyone knows the story of Apple and HP, each beginning from garages in Silicon Valley.
Likewise, in private aviation, not everything that gets big starts big, particularly in the brokerage area where there are few barriers to entry, knowledge not necessarily being one of them. However, if you look at Barbara Corcoran, even if you don’t own product, but serve as a middle man, it’s still entirely possible to reach lofty heights.
It’s hard to tell if two-year-old Naples, Florida-based Outlier Jets will someday become a well-known brand in the jet card and on-demand private jet space, however, it’s off to a good start.
The “15 and 15” jet card offers 15 flight hours and 15 days of skiing
Made for the high-flying, adrenaline-seeking traveler, Sentient’s
special “15 and 15” jet and ski card offers 15 hours of flight time and 15 days
of Aspen skiing, available to redeem throughout the 2019/2020 winter season.
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.