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Jet card rebranded as Aviator

March 24, 2024 | by The Jeuns

Private jet card broker PrivateFly has unveiled a new branding for its fixed-rate, guaranteed availability membership program, now known as Aviator. The program will retain many of the features from its previous iteration, with some added enhancements to improve the overall experience for members.

The Aviator program will continue to offer three categories of jets, including a premium light jet category featuring aircraft such as the Phenom 300, Pilatus PC-24, Citation XLS, and Hawker 900. Additionally, it will include a Super Midsize and Ultra-Long-Range category to cater to a wider range of travel needs.

One key feature of the new program is the offering of transatlantic one-way pricing without any surcharges, a benefit that sets it apart from other similar programs. Moreover, there will be fixed one-way pricing options available in North America through sister company Sentient Jet.

The Aviator program also eliminates surcharges between certain zones, offers one-way pricing to the Middle East, and includes deicing in the package. Additionally, all flights booked through Aviator will be offset at 300% of carbon emissions through 4Air.

Members will have the flexibility to use their funds outside the fixed rate survey area, and the funds will never expire, although the program itself is non-refundable. The entry point for the program is set at 0,000.

In a related development, Flexjet Europe has relaunched its jet card program with the introduction of the Praetor 600 aircraft. The move highlights the ongoing efforts of private jet companies to enhance their offerings and provide a superior experience for their clientele.

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