Want to travel by private jet? Then you can either charter one, use a Jet Card, or buy your own aircraft. Each of these options has pros and cons which need to be carefully weighed up. This overview will help you:
The advantages of Jet Cards seem obvious. You buy a certain allocation of hours, and thus benefit from a lower price per hour of flight time and the assurance of constant access to the provider’s fleet.
Private jets have many advantages. They are always available, ready to use when you need them to make traveling a pleasure. In this blog post we summarize what you should consider when buying a private jet. We suggest you consult an experienced expert who knows your situation and understands your needs.
You need the flexibility of a private jet but you do not (yet) intend to buy your own? There are several possibilities. One of the best-known ways is the so called fractional ownership. But is it the best solution?
Frequent flyers often come to a point where asking themselves what is more worthwhile: Jet Cards or On-Demand Charter. But besides Jet Cards and On-Demand Charter there is another possibility to fly private jets: frequent flyer programs.
Jet Cards are often praised as a particularly cheap alternative for frequent flyers. In principle they work like prepaid credit cards. You buy a certain amount of flight hours and pay for them in advance. If flights are booked via this card, they are debited from the credit balance. Yet, are Jet Cards really as […]