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flyExclusive recognised for Jet Club offering
As the winner of the Robb Report 2022 Jet Cards and Membership category, flyExclusive is recognised for efforts to create a membership that it feels truly stands out.

North Carolina-headquartered flyExclusive's Jet Club has been recognised as the winner in the 'Jet Cards and Membership' category in the Robb Report 2022 Best of the Best Awards. These recognise elite brands, products and experiences that stand out in the luxury industry, where exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail are a given.

Members of the Jet Club receive guaranteed availability and access to flyExclusive's floating fleet of more than 85 light, midsize and super-midsize Cessna Citation aircraft. Members can retain their membership for as long as they choose to fly for a low monthly fee, with an aircraft daily rate that enables access to the most aggressive hourly rates in the industry. The Jet Club rate structure is purposefully designed to give members more opportunities to save, the more they fly.

“We have worked daily to build Jet Club with a member experience that is second to none,” says chief revenue officer Brad Blettner. “Our members experience this first hand as our fleet enables us to deliver on our promise of guaranteed availability and unmatched service. This recognition validates our efforts to create a membership that truly stands out.”

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