Today, travelers are prioritizing health and safety above other considerations, creating a surge of interest in private travel, including private aviation. To assist the many travelers new to private aviation navigate the industry, Private Jet Card Comparisons has created the Private Jet 101: First Timers Guide. This comprehensive guide offers information on everything a traveler needs to know before exploring the world of private aviation, and the guide is available on a complimentary basis.
“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. “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.”
The guide lays out a variety of different topics for first-time private jet clients. It explains what information consumers should compile before contacting providers to ensure the best advice, clarifies the different options available for private aviation, such as jet cards and memberships as well as other options, such as on-demand charter, fractional ownership and so on. The guide also provides information on who owns the private aircraft available at the different providers and lays out how to avoid illegal charter flights. It also explains variables, many that first-time private jet clients may not consider, that could have an impact on the travelers’ private aviation experiences. These include in-flight Wi-Fi, de-icing, catering, flight attendants and even the size of the bathrooms aboard the plane.
Gollan also mentions that Private Jet Card Comparisons never sells data and does not accept referral fees, so consumers can feel comfortable using the service without worry that of solicitation, ensuring total peace of mind for users.
The Guide is free at PrivateJetCardComparisons.com.