You can’t get a new car – or at least the one you want. Your new sofa is on backorder. It might be delivered in January. Is a shortage of private jets next?
Sentient Jet, which invented the jet card, and Jet Linx Aviation, the sixth-largest charter operator in the U.S., stopped selling jet cards to new members late last week. The announcements, which came within 24 hours of each other, followed similar August moves by market leader NetJets, and its aircraft management arm, Executive Jet Management.
The reasons are both complex and straightforward. The simple answer is business is too good. Over the past four weeks, private
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