Jet Luxe launches Invictus Partnership


Jet Luxe has expanded its range of tailored private travel services with the Invictus Partnership, which it describes as a new way to access private aviation that also addresses a lack of aircraft supply.

“The market has nothing like Invictus,” said Gabriel Madrid, founder and CEO. “This is not a jet card, it’s not fractional ownership, and it’s not a traditional membership. It is a new, niche, and highly exclusive partnership with just four opportunities per jet. With Invictus, we pass on our significant buying power to the customer and we give access to a closed, private fleet without the financial commitment or depreciation risk associated with fractional ownership. We have meticulously developed the model to be completely flexible, dynamic, and with guaranteed availability year-round, worldwide.”

The company said that a surge in demand for private travel has led to a lack of availability in the market. Invictus is designed to give a sense of owning an aircraft without the cost of being an actual owner.

Partners will have a consistent aircraft, tail and crew, and there is a transparent dashboard for reporting and tracking. Partners share the jet with just three others. Jet Luxe explained that the partnership offers guaranteed global availability, no additional or hidden costs for ‘peak’ days, parking or repositioning, and partners are only ever charged for the hours and miles that they fly.

Further, Jet Luxe said that partnership via Invictus requires a minimal upfront investment and comes with zero fixed or ‘hidden’ costs. The company said partners have complete transparency via an in-house booking platform, and an opt-out option at point. In parallel, partners receive priority concierge services and can schedule flights with as little as 24 hours’ notice.

Designed to provide a simple, safe and reliable way to travel with a leading provider, the Invictus Partnership opened for applications on 14 November 2021.

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