The Santa-Barbara-based managed fleet operator has launched a three-tiered jet card program offering dynamic pricing with post-flight billing, a fixed-rate offer with guaranteed availability and a choice of pay-as-you-go or deposit, and a custom option
Silver Air Private Jets is joining several private jet operators launching their own jet cards. However, its launch into the market certainly is one of the most interesting we’ve seen. Its three-pronged offering provides one-way rates to Hawaii with guaranteed availability, somewhat of a rarity in the world of jet cards. That is just the start.
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Silver Air Private Jets is a Santa Barbara, California-based operator of managed private jets, including Boeing Business Jets. Its Flight Club jet card program launched in December 2020 provides fixed one-way pricing and guaranteed availability within the Continental U.S. and to Mexico, Canada, the Caribbean, and Hawaii.
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The BBJ is now for both available for a broader variety of missions, including shorter flight and single day trips
The Boeing Business Jet is owned by motivational speaker and philanthropist Tony Robbins
Private jet charter operator Silver Air Private Jets said the Boeing Business Jet it manages for famed author and self-help guru Tony Robbins is now available without restrictions from the aircraft’s owner.
Owners of airliner-size private jets like the BBJ and even large-cabin aircraft such as Gulfstream and Global Express types typically have various restrictions on charter use. Often, they don’t like short flights on their ultra-long-range private jets. That’s because each takeoff and landing – or cycle in aviation terms – brings them closer to expensive and required maintenance checks.