As the coronavirus crisis continues, Elite Traveler has assembled a special guide for those in need of safe and secure private jet travel during this time. Magellan Jets was honored to be featured in the luxury publication’s exclusive round-up of private jet charter membership options.
Elite Traveler’s Private Jet Charter Membership Guide
Finding private jet travel solutions that are healthy, safe and reliable are of the utmost importance during this time of uncertainty. As Elite Traveler put it, “For those who absolutely need air travel, private aviation offers the safety, security and reliability that the commercial industry cannot.”
The luxury travel publication praises Magellan Jets and its Elevate membership for, not only providing safety and security, but also offering a plethora of risk-free options for individuals and businesses.
“Need something consistent and predictable, yet personable and comfortable? Magellan Jets offers more than one way to become a member. Its Elevate membership starts with a risk-free, 30-day satisfaction guarantee underpinned with simple, straightforward pricing: There are no peak-day charges, no fuel surcharges and no aircraft-interchange fees. The result is consistent, aircraft-specific pricing 365 days a year.”
In particular, the private jet charter membership guide provides a nice overview of several jet-specific membership options available at Magellan Jets. Elite Traveler writes about our “dizzying array” aircraft that members use. These options span “the range and size spectrum from a 500-plus-mile-range, very light jet, Eclipse, to the long-range Gulfstream G650 large-cabin jet” or Dassault Falcons. Plus, Magellan Jets offers Sikorsky S-76 executive helicopter membership as well.
Finally, Elite Traveler praises Magellan Jets for its focus on “personalized service.” Members are able to enjoy amenities such as “gourmet catering” and a private jet that’s “pre-stocked with your preferred beverage brands,” whether that’s your favorite style of champagne or a bottle of premium Scotch whisky. Click the link below to read the full Elite Traveler article.