Florida-based boutique jet card broker Velocity Jets is putting a 30-day hiatus on accepting new jet card clients as demand surges to record levels
Boutique jet card broker Velocity Jets is putting a 30-day stop on accepting new jet card clients. WingX earlier today reported private jet flights over the July 4th holiday were 44% above 2019 pre-Covid levels. Founder and CEO Patrick Harris tells Private Jet Card Comparisons that it’s both a supply and demand issue.
Velocity Jets’ range of services includes private jet card memberships, aircraft sales, management, and worldwide aircraft charter. They do not own or operate any aircraft but uses operators that meet Argus and Wyvern standards.
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When was it founded?
Who owns it?
Who is the CEO?
How are the aircraft sourced?
Third party charter operators
What are the initiation and membership fees?
There is no initiation or membership fees for Velocity Jets jet card programs
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Do they provide guaranteed availability?
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?