Challenger added to Jet Edge coast-to-coast programme


Jet Edge has expanded its coast-to-coast Gulfstream programme to also include its Bombardier Challenger fleet (300/350/605/650 series).

The company celebrated its 25th of 35 new deliveries in December 2021, with another 10 slated through May 2022. By 1 June 2022, both the Challenger 300/350/605/650 and Gulfstream 4SP/450 aircraft will be fully outfitted with new interiors, avionics, branded livery and in-cabin features.

Jet Edge Reserve members will now be able to fly coast-to-coast on a Challenger starting at US$39,900. In addition, Jet Edge is announcing a new transcontinental programme to include non-coastal hubs like Las Vegas (Nevada), Salt Lake City (Utah), Bozeman (Montana), Aspen (Colorado), Nashville (Tennessee) and Scottsdale (Arizona), among others, for flights of four hours or more, also starting at US$39,900.

A Jet Edge branded Challenger

A Jet Edge branded Challenger

“Our Reserve Member base has continually asked us to extend our coast-to-coast offering to our Challenger aircraft as well as develop a larger transcontinental footprint and we are delivering an enhanced programme for CL300/350/605/650 flyers that complements our industry-leading Gulfstream programme,” said Jonah Adler, chief commercial officer at Jet Edge.

The company closed 2021 with a 7.5% fly FET-free bonus credit for Jet Edge Reserve Black members who joined by 31 December 2021. The Reserve programme is fully refundable with no expiration.

“As the only membership charter company domestically to have taken delivery of 25+ state-of-the-art super-mid and large-cabin aircraft this year, closing the year with an opportunity for Reserve Black members to fly on the charter industry’s most advanced fleet FET-Free, for as long as they’d like, is an exciting way to finish the year,” said Steve Malvesta, chief business officer at Jet Edge.

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