As American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines join Alaska Airlines in banning emotional support animals, private jet charters and jet cards stand to benefit
Consumers need to check with providers as private jet operators each have different rules for pet travel
Add traveling with emotional support animals to the list of tailwinds that may help the rebound for private jet providers in 2021.
COVID-19 is not only driving new customers, but more pets, kids and shorter lead times for private jet charter bookings, according to PrivateFly
More new customers, more pets, more kids, and shorter lead times for booking private jet charters. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on who and where for the private jet market, according to PrivateFly’s annual Private Jet Charter Trends 2020 report.
Writing out your specific needs will help you find the best jet card membership for your flying
Understandably, you just want to fly. What’s more, reaching out to multiple jet card providers is a time consuming process. And as soon as you request the information, chances are you will start to get telesales and email follow-up calls. At the same time, lead generation sites sell your data to jet card companies meaning you get unsolicited calls. Whether or not you subscribe to Private Jet Card Comparisons, make sure you spend a bit of time to write down your private flying needs.