While some programs have peak day surcharges up to 67%, these jet cards have 0% surcharges on high-demand days
Peak days in jet card programs are just that. They are the dates with the highest demand. They’re typically around major holidays, sporting events, and school breaks. With surcharges ranging up to 67%, travel on peak days is best avoided. But, if you aren’t flexible on your travel dates, these North American programs won’t charge you extra to fly.
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Vault Aviation is a Dallas, Texas-based broker of on-demand charter that offers a jet card with an hourly rate cap. The Vault Max Card does not have a fixed percentage or metric for round trip discounts since the approach of the entire program is to offer an on-demand rate below the fixed jet card price on every trip when possible.
Here are some examples of how the program has actually worked in the past: Client booked a trip on a heavy cabin jet – fixed jet card price was $110,000 all in – Vault provided a heavy cabin jet for $89,000 all in. The client booked a trip on a midsize jet – the client paid the fixed jet card price for a midsize aircraft. Vault upgraded the trip for them on a Legacy 600 large-cabin jet.
Co-Founders Weston Hull and Paul Taskalos have been best friends since meeting in eighth grade. The pair attended the University of Notre Dame before taking separate career paths. Before entering the private aviation industry, Hull worked for an NFL Sports Agency. Taskalos began his career as a litigation attorney, handling complex issues.
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Vault Aviation is a broker sourcing aircraft from charter operators
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