The Directional Aviation company Skyjet has recently launched a new Explorer Membership program. This provides fixed hourly rates for on-demand jet charter and has a lot of jet card type features. One major difference is that it’s a “pay-as-you-fly” program, so there’s no need for large up-front deposits.
Velocity Jets is currently offering a 50 hour jet card on Gulfstream IV aircraft, for an all-inclusive $425,000.
Sentient is offering a limited edition SJ25+ jet card which provides access to six of the most popular super-midsize jets, including the Challenger 300, Citation X, Citation Sovereign, Falcon 50EX, Falcon 2000, and Gulfstream 200. All the aircraft are equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi.
The charter and jet card company has several current offers across various jet sizes.
The charter and membership operator has a variety of aircraft in its fleet including the Phenom 100, Phenom 300, Citation CJ3 and Legacy 650. Current offers for its membership programs provide up to $18,000 in flight credits.
The private aviation provider has tied up with its parent to offer two free business class round-trip tickets on Delta Air Lines between the U.S. and Europe. These are available to anyone who purchases a $250,000 or greater jet card with Delta Private Jets.
The Boston-based private aviation solution provider has launched a membership program, created specifically for corporate travelers.
The large global aviation provider VistaJet calls its Jet Card type product a “Program membership.” Just like a jet card the members prepay for a number of hours. VistaJet frequently refers to its program as an asset-free hourly subscription model and reported that 40% of its new business in 2016 came from customers moving away from fractional or full aircraft ownership.