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But I Own a Private Jet, Why Would I Need a Jet Card Too?

That’s Simple. Jet cards provide aircraft owners access to an aircraft when theirs is not available. It is a cost effective way to bridge the gap between travel when necessary. Jet cards are an easy way to pre-purchase charter flights at a locked in price. This gives private jet owners a quick, cost effective solution when an issue arises with their jet. 

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How Much Luggage Can You Take On Board A Private Jet?

How Much Luggage Can You Take On board a Private Jet?
Are you chartering a private jet soon and curious about how much luggage you can take on board the jet? Consulting with your Private Jet Charter Consultant will provide you the best answer, but here’s some insightful information that could help you determine how much to pack before your trip.

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Tips for Chartering a Private Jet to the 2014 World Cup

It’s that time again; the World Cup is set to “kick-off” next month in Brazil! Held just once every four years, the World Cup is a major tournament of stunning atmosphere, excitement and anticipation. This summer’s event will put Brazil in the spotlight and it will stay through the World Cup and the Olympics to follow in 2016. 
While Brazil is preparing themselves for the big event, fans should be doing the same when it comes to private jet travel to the World Cup. More than half a million soccer fans are planning to descend on the host country to enjoy the festivities and according to Aviation International News, close to 11 percent of those fans will arrive via private charters. With the foreshadowing of overcrowded airports, many host cities airports will be subject to a slot system for the duration of the tournament. Magellan Jets has already seen an increase of requests for private flights to the World Cup. Our number one tip would be to book early!

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Magellan Jets Announces a 10 Hour Jet Card Designed for College Tours

Magellan Jets Announces a 10 Hour Jet Card Designed for College Tours
Leading Private Jet Charter Company Continues to Support Education by Alleviating the Stress of Finding the Right College Campus
  
BOSTON, MA – May 1, 2014 – Magellan Jets knows that this is a very hectic time of the year for clients with children deciding on which college to attend, as the best way to learn about a college is to visit the campus.

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7 Essential Questions Everyone Should Ask When Researching Jet Cards

Researching  jet cards lately? Investigating the web for the best program provider, looking into what each company has to offer, and finding yourself overwhelmed with information? There are several leading companies that offer jet card programs, and like any investment, you want to do your homework before chosing the right one for you.

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Magellan Jets Announces the First of Its Kind Build-A-Card: A Customized Solution for Your Charter Needs in 2014

The Future of Aviation Starts Here: You Build It, They Make It
Magellan Jets announced the launch of their latest cutting-edge technology platform, the customizable ‘Build-A Card’ tool.  The first ever online program that will allow clients to address their own private travel concerns with one simple device. The concept behind the platform is to help alleviate the burden of shopping around for a solution to customer’s private aviation headaches.  In today’s charter market it can be difficult to find a jet card provider that can fulfill every traveler’s specific needs. But with the Build-A-Card’s next generation technology it is now possible to assemble that solution with four easy steps right online.

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Why can’t my private jet get into this airport?

This can be one of the most frustrating questions when chartering an aircraft—especially if you’ve flown into an airport before! 
There are a lot of factors that go into operational decisions like whether or not an aircraft can use a specific airport. In this article, I’ll list out a few of them, explain how they can affect your flight, and hopefully shed some light on why the go/no-go decisions are made the way they are. 
There’s no fuel available

This can be particularly frustrating if the airport you’d like to use is on the smaller side. Aircraft use two different types of fuel, 100LL (100 octane low lead) for small piston aircraft, and Jet-A (regular jet fuel) for turboprop and jet aircraft. A small reliever airport may have a long enough runway to operate from, but if they don’t have fuel there your jet has to carry enough fuel on the way in to get back out. Sometimes this can be remedied by adding a fuel stop, but often times it makes more sense to use a larger airport that has Jet-A available.

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Jet Card Comparison Guide

Don’t let your search for a Jet Cards be a tedious & frustrating exercise. It can be quite simple and straight-forward really. Looking into what each company has to offer can leave you overwhelmed- – Information overload- – And we know this! 

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CitationAir, Avantair, Flexjet…What’s next?

It’s pretty obvious that if you are flying privately, business is fluid and the economy seems to be making its next leg up.  So why did Avantair go bankrupt?  Why is CitationAir winding down operations?  Why did Flight Options buy Flexjet?

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The Ultimate Football Tailgate at 36,000 ft!

Now that football season is in full swing, start it off with a 25-hour Jet Card and the ultimate tailgate party at 36,000ft. You will not be disappointed. No matter what city your favorite team is playing, Magellan Jets flight support team will get you and your guests there seamlessly. On game days your cabin can be outfitted with your favorite team colors, logos and swag to really get in the spirit! The experience starts as soon as you arrive to the airport.

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Private Jet of the Day: Gulfstream G650

For those seeking an ultra-large-cabin, ultra-high-speed aircraft, look no further than the Gulfstream G650 business jet. With the ability to fly faster, longer and more comfortably than any other jet in its class, the G650 represents the gold standard in business aviation. The G650 has the ability to carry eight passengers on nonstop legs of 7,000 nautical miles. That means this Jet is capable of connecting New York with Dubai and London with Buenos Aires. 

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The Ultimate Father’s Day Gift!


Magellan Jets Announces: 5 hour Cards for Father’s Day 
Private Jet Industry Leader Turns Dad Into A Jetsetter This Year
What: This Father’s Day, give your Dad the gift of time with Magellan Jets’ special 5-hour card. Magellan Jets’ offers the 5 Hour Getaway Card, the only one of its kind in the industry exclusively for Father’s Day. Doesn’t Dad deserve the simplicity and flexibility of access to a private jet anywhere in the US with as little as 10 hours’ notice?

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Featured Private Jet Empty Legs For February and March

Did you know that almost 32 percent of private aircrafts in the sky are flying empty? Empty legs are those flights returning to their point of origin upon completion of a one-way flight. These empty one-ways have the ability to further reduce your cost when the aircraft is heading in your direction.

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Fly in Boeing’s New 747: Sleeps Eight Passengers in Style

Boeing has recently unveiled the first 747-8 Aeroloft®, complete with Greenpoint Technologies’ separate cabin for sleeping quarters fitting 8 passengers. This addition makes for an estimated 400 square feet larger interior than the Boeing Business Jet 747-8. The total space of the cabin is an impressive 5,179 square feet; even greater than the Airbus A380 – the largest passenger plane in the world!

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