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By webadmin | November 4 2010
Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle Magazine
Air Partner, the world renowned aircraft charter provider, has the definitive gift solution for savvy air travellers this Christmas – the Air Partner JetCard – which will appeal to any holidaymaker who has become exasperated with the whole scheduled air travel experience.
And for every JetCard purchased this month (November) the company is giving away an extra hour of flight time as it launches its Winter Escapes offer. That’s 26 hours in the air with prices from €820 an hour per person. JetCard clients enjoy world-class travel by private jet and determine their own travel itineraries for the all-inclusive fixed price.
“Now in its sixth year, JetCard offers the best access to the widest range of aircraft of any jet card on the market today,” says David Macdonald, Air Partner’s Director of Private Jets. “Whether it’s an escape for some winter sun in destinations such as the Maldives or Barbados, or to enjoy snow sports in European resorts like Verbier or Courchevel, our JetCard transforms the journey into a wonderful and relaxing experience.”
JetCard holders can choose from very light, light, midsize, super midsize, large or global cabin jets and can switch between aircraft categories to suit their needs. Aircraft availability is guaranteed and there are no additional positioning costs, no monthly management fees, no peak day restrictions and no extra fuel or airport surcharges. Prices for a 25-hour card range from €4,320 per hour for a four-seat Citation Mustang to €15,400 for a 14-seat Global Express. Return trips and tours qualify for discounts, flight credit never expires and unused airtime can be refunded. A dedicated team of account managers is on hand to make the whole experience effortless. Once destination, airports and timings are determined, Air Partner takes care of every detail to ensure passengers travel in comfort, without any of the hassle, delays and frustration increasingly associated with commercial airlines.