Able American Jets and Tradewind Aviation added to Private Jet Card Comparisons’ jet card database

Private Jet Card Comparisons now offers subscribers comparisons of 57 jet card programs, all in an easy-to-use spreadsheet format

Private Jet Card Comparisons, the only independent buyer’s guide to jet card programs, and the only website that protects subscribers’ privacy by not selling or marketing their data to jet companies, has expanded its database of providers.

Jet card broker Able American Jets is now part of the comparisons having completed the Private Jet Card Comparisons checklist of over 65 variables that help subscribers find the programs that best match their flying needs.

Additionally, Pilatus PC-12 operator Tradewind Aviation, which recently launched its first jet card, is now also included in the database as well.

Tradewind Aviation launches a Pilatus PC-12 jet card

The Goodspeed jet card is on its Pilatus PC-12 fleet with a service area covering the Northeastern U.S. and Caribbean

Tradewind Aviation, an operator of both private charter and by-the-seat semiprivate charter flights, is launching its first jet card program under the name Goodspeed across its fleet of 23 Pilatus PC-12 aircraft.

Targeting business travelers hopping from one meeting to the next and leisure travelers headed for vacation homes or weekend getaways, and families with children participating in traveling sports leagues, Goodspeed offers fixed-rate, one-way pricing so you don’t pay for repositioning flights.

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