KINSTON, NC (March 7, 2023) – flyExclusive, a leading provider of premium private jet charter experiences, today introduced Platinum Jet Club, a new option to its award-winning Jet Club that allows new members to access a completely fixed pricing experience. The major enhancements, which still use flyExclusive’s unique daily and hourly rate structure, include access with no monthly membership, no Peak Day premiums, and fixed pricing for a 12-month period. While other programs may offer fixed pricing, most also charge Peak Day premiums. This limited offer will allow Platinum Jet Club members to have the same rate structure every day of the year with 365 days of guaranteed availability.
flyExclusive’s Jet Club is the ultimate private jet membership, providing fliers who buy in with guaranteed availability and access to flyExclusive’s floating fleet of more than 90 Light, Midsize and Super-Midsize Citation aircraft. Members can now choose between traditional Jet Club and retain their membership for as long as they choose to fly for a low monthly fee or select the Platinum membership to lock in the rates for a 12-month period. And, thanks to flyExclusive’s investments in aircraft exterior and interior refurbishment capabilities and commitment to consistency of aircraft look and feel, members can be assured of a premium experience every time they fly.
The Platinum Jet Club is purposefully designed to directly address several pain points in the industry, while still offering competitive pricing structures for all types of flying including point-to-point travel, same day round trips or multi-city stops. Jet Club members have more opportunities to save than ever before. Specific features of Platinum Jet Club include:
“Jet Club continues to grow in popularity and with a unique membership structure truly crafted with our members flying needs at the core,” said Brad Blettner, chief revenue officer, flyExclusive. “We continue to listen to our members identifying ways to make Jet Club the premier private travel solution. The Platinum Jet Club we are unveiling today follows in our desire to provide even more access, choice and control based on how they fly.”
flyExclusive is a vertically integrated, FAA regulated operator of private jet experiences offering customers on-demand charter, Jet Club and fractional jet services to destinations across the globe. As one of the world’s largest operators of Cessna Citation aircraft, flyExclusive owns a floating fleet of more than 90 light to heavy jets. The company manages all aspects of the customer experience, ensuring that every flight is in a modern, comfortable and safe aircraft. flyExclusive’s in-house Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul services, including paint, interiors and avionics capabilities, are provided from its campus headquarters in Kinston, North Carolina. To learn more, visit www.flyexclusive.com.
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