Magellan Jets restructures jet card and membership programmes
Magellan Jets has introduced a series of changes to its jet card and membership programmes. The Boston-based operator said the move was aimed at making its offering more “customer-focused.”
Magellan Jets said it is leveraging its “asset-light business model, consistent profitability and year-over-year revenue growth” to make these client-focused changes. It claims to offer rates that are now 20% to 40% below its competitors.
“The private aviation market has opened back up, and Magellan’s client-centric program and robust infrastructure enable us to make these pivots on behalf of our customers,” said Joshua Herbert, CEO, Magellan Jets.
The new programme changes include lower initiation fees, renewal dues and lower hourly flight rates across all jet card programmes and memberships. It is also re-introducing its entry-level Light Jet Card, as well as making in-flight Wi-Fi available on its Phenom 300 Jet Card.
“These changes represent our commitment to helping customers navigate the evolving private aviation marketplace as trusted advocates,” said Anthony Tivnan, president and co-founder Magellan Jets.
“Our operational stability, our efficiencies, investments in our supply chain, and our expanded network of partners all combine to allow us to reduce expenses while passing savings on to our customers.”