NetJets Temporarily Halts Jet Card Sales

The flight provider says demand outpaces current supply.

NetJets has “temporarily paused” all jet card sales to “prioritize the exceptional experiences we promise to deliver,” NetJets president of sales, marketing, and service Patrick Gallagher said in a recent letter to employees. This expands on the company’s move last month to similarly pause sales of fractional shares, leases, and jet cards for the Cessna Citation XLS and Embraer Phenom 300 due to “unprecedented demand within the private travel industry.”

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Under this latest action, all requests for the NetJets Card Program will be placed on a waitlist, though Gallagher said current pricing will be secured for those joining the waitlist. "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,” he explained.