Top Ten Summer Destinations for Private-Air Fliers

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June 18 (Bloomberg) -- Andrew Collins, president at Sentient Jet, discusses the company's flying card and the top ten summer destinations for private air fliers. He speaks with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock." (Source: Bloomberg)

Joined by andrew collins, the ceo and president of cancro -- of sentient jet.

You offer a tiered approach to jet travel.


We invented the jet card.

Essentially, purchasing a fraction of a jet, what we do is sell prepackaged time on a light aircraft, midsized aircraft, or super mid aircraft, large cabin.

Essentially, it is a debit card.

You prepurchase the time and as you fly, we can do you a jet with 10 hours advance notice anywhere in the united states and after you have flown, we debit it off the jet card.

Can you give us an example of how much the different segments would cost to do a traditional run?

For example, i know you have a lot of popular destinations.

Maybe start off with number one, which i know is aspen.

Sure, aspen.

It is big in the winter, but the most popular month in the year is the summer, july.

It is a popular destination.

Coming from the east coast on a midsize, or super mid so you can go nonstop, somewhere between $28,000 up to $37,000. what about the west coast?


But what do you see the demand for, midrange to jets?

Like to midrange jets.

Light are really good utility vehicles.

Corporate rates are up 10%, as his leisure.

At the end of the day, people are looking at that light or mid , and even the super mid.

A large cabin is for international travel.

Let's talk about some of the destinations.

Obviously, it is seasonal, as you mentioned.

Nantucket is a big market for you right now.

Nantucket is big.

Almost one quarter of our cardholder base, 4000 jet card holders, many of them have homes in nantucket.

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