It’s not just Joe and Jill Everyperson who are getting whacked with record-high prices at the gas pump. Don’t get your violin out, but private jet users are paying fuel surcharges that range into thousands of dollars per hour. That’s on top of general price increases. At the end of the first quarter, the average hourly rate for jets cards was 21% higher than the end of 2020. If you’re not flexible, on-demand charter prices can easily be double what you were paying less than 18 months ago.
“It’s outrageous,” one frequent private flyer told me after being hit with a five-figure fuel surcharge invoked more than two
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