Private Jet Card Comparisons reports on what leading private jet companies are doing to minimize COVID-19 exposure for customers
MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 14, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Private jet travel has recovered to 85% of pre-COVID levels while airlines hover at the 30% range. Much of the private aviation rebound is being driven by UHNW and HNW families seeking to minimize exposure to the coronavirus. Research shows there are fewer than 30 touchpoints when flying privately compared to over 700 with the airlines.
A recent survey of subscribers by Private Jet Comparisons found 72% of all respondents are flying privately to reduce possible exposure to COVID-19, including 87% of new or returning private aviation users and 63% of existing users.
The buyer's guide to jet card programs is updating a dedicated hub page tracking what leading providers are doing in coronavirus prevention.
"Jet card sellers quickly understood health safety was a core to their sales proposition, and many have implemented aggressive programs, including specialized treatment of aircraft and terminals. There is also health monitoring of flight crews, and some companies are even positioning their pilots by private jet instead of via the airlines," said Doug Gollan, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Private Jet Card Comparisons.
He continued, "Brokers have narrowed down the operators they work with so they can better monitor implementation and compliance of protocols."
Initiatives and policies for the below companies can be found here.
– Air Partner
– Clay Lacy Aviation
– Flexjet (Directional Aviation, OneSky Flight)
– International Jet
– Jet Linx Aviation
– Magellan Jets
– Nicholas Air
– Northern Jet Management
– Priester Aviation
– PrivateFly (Directional Aviation, OneSky Flight)
– Sentient Jet (Directional Aviation, One Sky Flight)
– Silverhawk Aviation
– Solairus Aviation
– Starflight Aviation
– Tradewind Aviation
– VistaJet (Vista Global)
– Wheels Up
– XO (Vista Global)
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Source: EIN Presswire