The diversity of jet cards has never been wider with more options and more programs from pay as you go membership to global products
When Sentient Jet pioneered the jet card in the late 1990s, the jet card was a defined and narrow niche. Sold in increments of 25 hours, the jet card was thought of specifically for folks who flew privately between 25 and 49 hours over the course of one to two years. The offerings were based on private jets alone. Wow, times have changed. Today there are over 35 providers and more than 250 programs. Private Jet Card Comparisons has identified over 65 variables that differentiate the offerings. What’s more, you can now find programs offering turboprops and even piston aircraft up to airliner size jet access.
Private Jet Card Comparisons has compiled over 65 variables from more than 35 jet card providers covering over 250 programs and put it all into easy-to-use spreadsheets
Imagine having to contact 35 different companies and requesting detailed answers about program policies and fees that go beyond the marketing collateral most send out, then having to put it into spreadsheets so you can compare the offerings. Private Jet Card Comparisons has done it for you with more than 250 programs, each with different offerings, all in one place to make comparing easy for you.
Comparing more than 250 jet card programs across 65+ variables, Private Jet Card Comparisons puts over 1,000 hours of our research at your fingertips
As Private Jet Card Comparisons completes its first year of operations, I wanted to take a moment to thank our team, the over 35 jet card companies who endorse transparency and consumer power by providing the detailed information we request about their programs we then format and provide to you, and of course your readership and the positive feedback you’ve generously given us.
The California-based Jet Card membership provider is adding perks to the world’s most exclusive motorsports country club and private race track
Jet Card provider XOJET has inked a partnership with Monticello Motor Club, one of the world’s premier automotive playground and private racetracks. The news follows recent partnerships with Canyon Ranch, Pinehurst Resort and Hertz.
The California-based Jet Card seller says it has over six times more female executives than the industry average, and it’s good for business
There are 35 companies selling Jet Cards and exactly zero have female CEOs. While that may not be surprising it what has been a male-dominated industry, XOJET recently spotlighted on its blog how under the stewardship of its Chairman and CEO Bradley Stewart, the company is helping women move into senior level executive positions.