VistaJet details its Dynamic Jet Lease program

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VistaJet’s Ian Moore talks to Private Jet Card Comparisons about its new short-term private jet lease offer responding to COVID-19 Coronavirus

Last month VistaJet came up with an innovative short-term solution to the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis. The answer was to offer its fleet of silver and red Bombardier private jets on short-term leases, starting at just one month. The leases include crews and even flight hours. We caught up with Chief Commercial Officer Ian Moore to get the details.

These are the best jet cards for your European vacation

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Several jet card programs offer fixed rates and guaranteed availability in both the U.S. and Europe

If you are planning to take a European vacation this summer, or perhaps you travel to Europe on business, several U.S. jet cards give you fixed rates and guaranteed availability on the other side of the pond.

European jet cards for the U.S.-based flier

While there are more providers that offer Europe-only solutions, if you are flying privately here in the U.S. sometimes it’s nice to have a one-size fits all option. To find those companies that can help you on both sides of the Atlantic, we scoured the Private Jet Card Comparisons database of over 50 providers and more than 300 programs.

VistaJet named official private jet provider of Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow

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The global charter and jet card provider will get the team between races for the upcoming Formula One season

Global jet card and on-demand charter operator VistaJet said it has entereded a partnership with the hScuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow team as its official supplier of private jet travel.

VistaJet launches ‘Adventures in the Sky’ for young fliers

If just flying on a private jet isn’t enough for your flock, VistaJet is offering a series of customized flying experiences starting at $40,000 for kids of all ages


So we do like to get news about the private jet card and fractional companies to you first, however, in this case, we thought writer Adrien Glover’s piece for Bloomberg about VistaJet’s new children’s programs was of interest. And yes, it’s quite a bit more than some free coloring books and a plastic wings or a captain’s hat, although that was always enough for us. Prices do start at $4,000 not including the hourly rate of flying which starts at $12,000. Of course, you can have the Mad Hatter aboard leading the youngsters in games of dominos and croquet. And, yes, let them eat truffles, the chocolate type. It’s part of the package or better yet experience.  Since VistaJet also serves catering from Nobu as standard fare perhaps it was about time to take care of an age group that may not be impressed with raw fish.

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