Some private jet providers are looking more closely at profitability instead of just revenues. In fact, you may have already received your walking papers
It took the Covid pandemic to boost business aviation out of its lost decade precipitated by the 2008 Financial Crisis. Yet along with an influx of new customers and record revenues came higher expenses, new operating realities, and in some cases, a realization that customers could no longer be accommodated in the way they were pre-surge. Here’s how to tell if you are getting fired from your jet card.
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There is no doubt that boutique jet card broker Velocity Jets was the canary in the coal mine when it stopped selling jet cards in July 2021
Back in July 2021, Florida-based Velocity Jets was the first jet card provider to halt sales to new customers.
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A softening private jet charter market is drawing more operators and brokers to launch and expand jet card and membership offerings
With Argus TraqPak and WingX showing a retreat in demand for private jets, there is a wave of new membership and jet card options.
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The first jet card seller to halt taking new customers is now selling jet cards again, but on a limited basis
Florida-based Velocity Jets is a boutique broker. It was also ahead of the industry in halting jet card sales to new customers. It did so in early July, more than a month before NetJets, the first prominent player to put jet cards on ice. Velocity is now restarting – on a limited basis.
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