The Ft. Lauderdale-based operator and charter company joins Star Jets International in accepting the cryptocurrency
Ft. Lauderdale based private jet management company Monarch Air Group has added Bitcoin as an accepted form of payment for its charter customers. According to a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons, the company stated, “In a fast-paced market that thrives on time-efficiency, being subject to the limitations of banking hours is not an option for today’s global private jet customers.”
Blue Star Jets founder Ricky Sitomer is moving forward with his ambitious plans for new company Star Jets International
You can now pay for your jet card or private jet charter with Bitcoin, thanks to Star Jets International. In the early part of this decade Blue Star Jets and its principal Ricky Sitomer rose to prominence as a private jet brokerage by combining appearances in Page Six, the New York Post’s gossip column, pictures pages of glossy lifestyle magazines and a name borrowed from the fictitious airline in the 1987 movie Wall Street about greed and ambition. After selling about two years ago, Sitomer, as previously reported by Private Jet Card Comparisons, is again on the move in the on-demand charter and jet card membership segment.
Sitomer, who sells jet cards and on-demand charter, is planning a reverse merger for his new vehicle, Star Jets International, LLC
Blue Star Jets founder is planning his next chapter in private aviation. After rising to notoriety by borrowing the name of his former company from the movie Wall Street and building it into a leading private jet charter broker, he exited after combining it with another brokerage, Apollo Jets. He followed it up last year by launching Star Jets International, LCC, offering both on-demand charter and jet cards. Yesterday came the big news.