NetJets pauses sale of all cards
Effective immediately, all requests for the NetJets Card Program will be placed on a waiting list. NetJets said this temporary pause on the sale of all cards allows it to prioritise its current services.
NetJets president, Patrick Gallagher, said: “As the leader in private aviation, when the industry is seeing record-high flight demand, it comes as no surprise that those looking to fly private want to fly with NetJets. Despite taking previous actions to slow our sales process, we have continued to see the interest in NetJets accelerate. Having by far the most experience, the greatest market share and strongest balance sheet in our industry gives us the knowledge and confidence to navigate times like these and protect the travel experience for the long term.
Gallagher added NetJets will continue to be transparent with customers about the measures it’s taking during this period.
Until NetJets begins selling cards again, today’s pricing will be secured for those joining the waiting list. “In other words, if the pause on cards extends into 2022, anyone on the waitlist will be grandfathered in at 2021 rates and terms by simply executing the agreement with no money down,” said Gallagher.
“Your unwavering support of our owners and partners like you allows us to take these aggressive actions. On behalf of NetJets, thank you for your continued loyalty,” he added.