The jet card isn’t a brand new idea, but it certainly seems that way with how often we hear about them. There are so many options now it is almost dizzying to pick one. Although the current leader in the space is Marquis Jet, which was founded by Kenny Dichter in 2001 and sold to Berkshire Hathaway’s NetJets in 2010, more companies are adopting the method. Marquis Jet charges a little bit more than $100,000 for a 25 hour card. The typical CEO knows that is far less time than is needed to travel the world. Companies like Magellan Jets and Sentient Jet are finding new ways to help jet cards remain the best option for private travel. Here are three reasons why jet cards continue to rise in popularity.
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