- Jet Cards Have a Minimum Purchase Requirement
- Types of Aircraft Available Vary Depending On the Jet Card Provider
A jet card is a type of prepaid flight service that allows customers to purchase hours of private jet travel in advance. Typically, jet cardholders pay an upfront fee and then receive a set number of flight hours to use as they wish. Some programs also offer additional perks, such as access to exclusive airport lounges and concierge services.
Jet cards typically have a minimum purchase requirement, and the price per hour will vary depending on the type of aircraft you select.
While the types of aircraft available will vary depending on the jet card provider, most programs offer a selection of light (Embraer Phenom 300, Cessna Citation CJ1-CJ4), midsize (Cessna Citation XLS, Hawker Beechcraft 750, Gulfstream G150), and heavy jets (Dassault Falcon 7x, Gulfstream G650, Bombardier Global Express). Some providers also offer turboprop and piston-powered aircraft. When choosing a jet card, it’s important to consider the type of flying you’ll be doing most often and select a program that offers the appropriate aircraft.
Jet cards can be a convenient way to book private jet travel, but it’s important to compare different programs carefully to find the one that best fits your needs.