XOJET has expanded beyond its on-demand charter and jet card programs to offer specialized college visit tours by private jet
What better way to show your future Fortune 500 CEO or Mark Zuckerberg that his or her time is money and the benefits of private aviation for being able to work and conduct meetings than by organizing their tour of prospective universities by private jet. To ease college-hunting stressors, XOJET and Mandarin Oriental have teamed up with esteemed college entrance counselor, Abby Seigel to offer a college tour package.
Leading jet card programs use their lifestyle programs to add value to memberships
Golf is popular with jet card users, and two prominent providers are using their in-house lifestyle communications to highlight partnerships and travel ideas. In the most recent posting of Arrive, the online lifestyle content section of XOJET’s website, the company provides a 72-hour itinerary at Pebble Beach while Sentient’s Atmosphere takes readers to Aspen, Boston and Nashville with suggestions that will enable customers to “channel your inner Dustin Johnson.”
XOJET says it completed a busy and successful first half of 2018 as it positions itself as a better option to fractional ownership
San Francisco-based XOJET said it saw 12% growth in total revenue during the first half of the year, including a record-breaking first quarter with year-over-year increases of 15% in overall business and 39.5% in Off-Fleet Charter Brokerage. The company says for the super-mid charter market in the United States it enjoys a 31% share of flights exceeding three hours occurring on the XOJET fleet. It has its own fleet of over 40 Bombardier Challenger 300s and Cessna Citation Xs.
XOJET Elite Access pricing starts at $5,500 per hour for a Light Jet ranging up to $8,500 per hour for Super Midsize, with discounts for flights over four hours
Sea Island, signature apparel designer Peter Millar, and Ship Sticks, a leading shipper for golf clubs, skis, and snowboards are now lifestyle partners for XOJET’s top two levels of jet card members. In an e-mail to customers, the company said, “This news follows our initiative to enhance the passenger journey with world-class experiences both in the sky and after landing.”
When you buy a jet card, you don’t just buy hours of flight time, you buy hours of family time. After you look at these adorable pictures, we dare you not to buy a jet card! #FlyPrivateFriday
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