Jets.com relaunches jet cards with longer call-outs, new options

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After putting its jet card program on hiatus Sept. 1, three weeks later Jets.com is selling cards again, with new options and some changes

Jets.com is selling jet cards again, just three weeks after it stopped. At the time, the New York-based provider said it would reassess its program amid record demand and industry challenges.

Jets.com buys Part 135 charter operator to support jet card program

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The ownership of jet card broker Jets.com is buying Pittsburgh Jet Center, with plans to double its private jet charter fleet in the coming year

The ownership group of jet card broker Jets.com is buying charter operator Pittsburgh Jet Center. It will be named Private Jet Center and provide lift for the New York-based retailer’s customers with an expanding managed fleet. It will also provide a funnel for Jets dot come customers who want to move to whole aircraft ownership.

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Jets.com Executive Overview

Year Founded2008
LeadershipEdgar Alacan, co-CEO
Manni Scarso, co-CEO
Damian Klinger, co-CEO
Daniel Satterlund, COO
HeadquartersNew York City
Jet Card Hourly RatesLight jets from $6,680 per hour, including FET
Related ProductsAircraft Management, On-demand CharterEmpty Legs
Related CompaniesPrivate Jet Center (formerly Pittsburgh Jet Center)

Jets.com is a New York City-based private jet charter broker founded in 2008. The company offers jet cards in increments starting at 25 hours across four-cabin size categories. It also offers on-demand charter and empty legs.

It sells two types of jet cards, one denominated in hours, and a second All Access Jet Card starting at $300,000. Hourly rates for the All Access card are locked until funds expire. You can deposit up to $1 million.

In 2021, it bought Part 135 charter operator Pittsburgh Jet Center to secure lift for its jet card clients.

Jets.com is included in the Private Jet Card Comparisons’ database of over 50 jet card providers, enabling you to compare programs in minutes.

When was it founded?

2008

Who owns it?

Jets.com is privately held

Who is the CEO?

Jets.com has a trio of CEOs:  Edgar Alacan, Manni Scarso and Damian Klinger

How are the aircraft sourced?

Third-party charter operators and Private Jet Center, an Argus Platinum Part 135 operator which has same ownership

What are the initiation and membership fees?

There are no initiation fees

What is the entry-level program?

25 hours

Do they provide guaranteed availability?

Yes

Is the hourly rate guaranteed?

Yes. Jets.com offers fixed one-way pricing.

Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?

Yes. Guaranteed except for peak days.

What is the company website?

Jets.com

Where is the headquarters?

New York City
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