Flexjet’s New Jet Card Comes with Perks in the Air and on Land

The Flexjet 25 Jet Card program, operated by the U.S. air carrier Jet Solutions, has released a new flight card for the holidays that provides travel benefits and perks with Executive Golfer, Abercrombie & Kent, the Lake Austin Spa Resort, Korean Air, and Qatar Airways. Priced from $100,000, the new Flexjet 25 Jet Card can hold as many flight hours as needed en route to more than 5,000 airports around the world; each flight is deducted from the balance on the card.

Cardholders can secure tee times and get reduced greens fees through Executive Golfer at 50 private golf clubs in North America. They also receive entry to the Abercrombie & Kent destination club, with a trip-planning service and seven additional nights’ stay for those who purchase a club membership. At the Lake Austin Spa Resort, cardholders get room upgrades as well as a $100 spa credit, and they receive a yearlong elite status membership with Korean Air and Qatar Airways’ clubs with the purchase of a business-class flight. Booking requires only 24 hours’ notice and reserves flights on either Learjet or Challenger aircraft.

In a separate initiative, the Flexjet 25 Jet Card program is also offering a new Coastal Connect feature that provides special incentive rates for customers flying cross-country aboard a Challenger 300 aircraft. (866.473.0025, www.flexjet25.com)

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