Late last month, Cleveland-based Flight Options confirmed speculation that it was starting a jet-card program when it unveiled JetPass. The 25-hour jet cards are available for either the Beechjet 400A, Hawker 800XP or “large-cabin aircraft” (the Challenger 601, Embraer Legacy or Gulfstream IV), with respective up-front costs of $99,900, $149,900 and $249,900 (federal excise tax not included). Flight Options said used hours never expire and are fully refundable without exit fees. JetPass customers can also interchange aircraft at the same rates as Flight Options fractional-share owners.
Flight Options launches jetjpass
- July 18, 2007, 10:09 AM