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Private Jet Card Comparisons adds carbon offset and cryptocurrency to database
Via Private Jet Card Comparisons spreadsheet filter, subscribers can find the best provider options for their needs by comparing safety, pricing, flexibility, aircraft type, and other details such as insurance and pet policies.

Private Jet Card Comparisons has added data comparing carbon offset options, cryptocurrency acceptance and empty leg discounts to its database of over 50 jet card and membership providers and more than 250 programmes. The database includes over 40,000 data points covering over 65 variables that impact buyer selection.

Carbon offset comparisons cover if they are offered by the provider, whether they are included in the contracted price or at an additional fee and then specifics on each programme. For cryptocurrencies, the comparisons cover whether they are accepted, what types and which platforms are used. Private Jet Card Comparisons has added comparisons of empty leg policies, including if the programme offers discounted flights and special discounts for programme members.

“Private Jet Card Comparisons is the only private aviation solutions buyers' guide that doesn't sell its database or accept referral fees from private jet companies,” says Doug Gollan, founder and editor-in-chief of Private Jet Card Comparisons. “Instead, we provide quantitative data, independent analysis and personalised assistance to help subscribers identify the providers that best fit their needs. This saves subscribers days and hours of research time. At the same time, providers increase sales efficiency by talking to educated consumers who have already identified their programme as being a fit, so it's truly a win-win.”

Via its spreadsheet filter, subscribers can find the best provider options for their needs by comparing safety, pricing, flexibility, stability, aircraft type, and other details such as insurance, WIFI, pet policies, service recovery and taxi times.

For flyers who don't want to buy a jet card or membership, there is access to a curated guide of on-demand charter brokers, including third-party consumer ratings and certifications.

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