One of the leading jet card providers, Sentient Jet, has announced a new Transatlantic Program that offers card owners fixed one-way rates with guaranteed availability to Europe this summer.
With the European Union planning to open air traffic to vaccinated United States based travelers this summer, Sentient Jet’s Transatlantic Program provides card owners with a new travel option. Now through August, jet card owners can book one-way trips in a large cabin aircraft from New York to London, or vice versa, at an all-inclusive one-way rate of $79,750. Additional United States origins including Chicago and the Miami area are available for a set premium. Sentient Jet’s new transatlantic routes are guaranteed with 14-days’ notice and feature complimentary Wi-Fi.
“In 2020, we saw unprecedented demand from travelers who turned to Sentient Jet as a safe and convenient way to travel domestically during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Andrew Collins, President and CEO of Sentient Jet. “In 2021, we are continuing to grow and evolve to meet our customers’ unique needs. We developed our new Transatlantic Program in preparation for international borders reopening and understanding that our customers will continue to turn to private aviation as a utility to travel safely to Europe and beyond.”
Upon arrival in Europe Sentient Jet will leverage its London office to extend access to other popular destinations, including Paris, Zurich, Milan, Frankfurt, and other intra-European locales. Throughout the journey, Sentient Jet’s team will update travelers on real-time travel restrictions and destination updates. As with all Sentient Jet flights, these transatlantic flights include the reassurance of the Sentient Certified Health and Safety Protocols, a Safety Operations Task Force, the Sentient Jet Mobile App’s real-time Sentient Jet Certified Safety Report and Certified Ground Transportation.
Current Sentient jet card holders can use their balance for these trips, so no new card purchase is required. Although unlike Sentient domestic US trips, there is no return trip discount available on these Transatlantic fares.
Sentient saw 60% year over year growth in 2020 and this trend has continued into 2021, which is expected to be their biggest year in business. They are projecting Memorial Day Weekend flight volumes will exceed pre-pandemic levels by 30-40%, with 300+ legs from May 28 to June 1. In July and August, Sentient are expecting 30-50% more volume than they have in previous, “normal” (pre-pandemic) summers.