With the recent surge of interest in private aviation solutions from first-time flyers, Private Jet Card Comparisons has published a free first-timers’ guide to help new consumers navigate the industry. The Private Jet 101: First-Timers Guide covers everything a consumer needs to know before they contact private aviation providers. The big plus here is that it is available on a complimentary basis and does not require registration.
“There has been a huge increase in interest for private aviation solutions, much of it from first-timers as commercial airlines reduce the frequency of flights and markets served, and consumers look for ways to avoid exposure to COVID-19,” said Doug Gollan, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Private Jet Card Comparisons.
Unlike various lead generation sites, Private Jet Card Comparisons never sells or markets subscriber data, nor receives referral fees. This guide allows consumers to read and review their options without worrying about solicitations or telemarketing calls and provides first-timers the ability to educate themselves on their options and the key factors to consider with total peace of mind.
“We want to provide those new to the industry with information that will help determine the best solution for their needs, including things to consider before contacting companies,” added Gollan.
Key elements of the guide include:
• Information consumers should have about their planned travel before contacting providers to ensure they receive the best advice
• Jet Card and Memberships are outlined the positives and negatives for each, plus other options including: On-Demand Charter, Fractional Ownership, and Jet Sharing
• Who owns the private aircrafts you will fly on with these programs
• How to avoid illegal charters
• Variables that impact the private aviation experience (many of which first-timers may not consider before purchase) including in-flight connectivity, deicing expense, catering, flight attendants and even the size of lavatories
Private Jet Card Comparisons also provides access to free and in-depth, no-registration guides, including Fractional Ownership; Jet Sharing; On-Demand Charter vs. Jet Cards and Memberships; Private Jet Performance by Type, including speed, range, cabin size and baggage capacity; Operator and Pilot Qualifications; Reasons to Fly Privately, and an A-to-Z Glossary of industry terms.
The 2020 Edition of Private Jet Card Comparisons costs $250 and enables users to compare specific programs from more than 50 providers, including safety standards, pricing, flexibility, stability, aircraft types, and other details that matter, such as extra fees and policies regarding pets, WiFi, deicing, surcharges and discounts. We certainly appreciate that earlier this month, Private Jet Card Comparisons donated over 100,000 meals to Feeding America’s COVID-19 relief efforts.