In an industry with over 3,000 brokers, independent authority on private jet travel Private Jet Card Comparisons (PJCC) has evaluated ARGUS and Wyvern accreditations, Trustpilot, Facebook, Glassdoor and Better Business Bureau ratings and reviews along with proprietary research, to curate a list of fewer than 100 top air charter brokerages.
“With issues of illegal charters and unqualified pilots combined with a lack of regulation governing who can sell private charter flights, we wanted to provide a defined and unbiased guide that narrows down the list to companies that have shown higher than required standards of professionalism,” says founder and editor-in-chief Doug Gollan.
His Best Private Jet Charter Brokers Guide is comprised of companies in the Private Jet Card Comparisons database that sell on-demand charter, as well as companies that have been certified or registered by Wyvern and ARGUS, and floating fleet operators that sell charters on a national and international basis. Jet card brokers have completed a 65-point checklist with policies that includes standards for sourcing aircraft, minimum pilot qualifications and an ownership overview with the name of the CEO.
PJCC claims that where other guides either feature thousands of providers and little to no criteria regarding professional standards, or serve as lead generators to make commissions on sales, it serves as an independent service for paying subscribers by providing them with the necessary information to compare more than 300 jet card programmes across more than 65 variables. Subscribers who pay $250 annually for access also receive the guide's Quick Compare Flight Pricing for Jet Cards as well as VIP Jet Card Decider, both of which offer subscribers personalised assistance in selecting the jet card programmes that best align with their individual needs.
“We understand that for some subscribers, jet cards aren't the best fit, or they are part of the mix. By adding the Best Private Jet Charter Brokers Guide it makes our service even more comprehensive and valuable,” concludes Gollan.