Sunday, July 12, 2020

Jet Card News

The latest news about jet cards and jet card providers. If you are comparing jet cards, jet memberships and the providers, then access the detailed comparison on the right.


Airshare Jet Card Programs Overview

The private aviation company, Airshare, offers a twist on most competitors’ hours-based programs. By using a day-based model for both their fractional and jet card programs, the company says their clients can get more flight time hours. With the business traveler in mind, the company focuses its attention in the Midwest and Texas with newer expansions into the Upper Midwest, to optimize round-trip day travel for clients. This article provides an overview of the company highlighting their jet card and aircraft choices.

Read more: Airshare Jet Card Programs Overview

VistaJet Acquires XOJet

Vista Global, the newly formed parent company for VistaJet recently took in $200m in additional funding. They are putting some of this to work straight away by buying XOJet, one of the largest on-demand charter and private jet membership companies in North America.

Read more: VistaJet Acquires XOJet

 

 

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