Sentient Jet helps sponsor 2017 Candy Store Cup Superyacht Regatta.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2017 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
Sentient Jet, a Directional Aviation company, has been named a Supporting Sponsor of the Candy Store Cup in Newport, Rhode Island, taking place July 27-29, for the second year in a row, the company said.
The company will provide exclusive Jet Card offers for participants and guests, in addition to hosting a mimosa and prosecco bar at the Newport Shipyard throughout the weekend, among other special benefits for Sentient Jet Cardholders.
As a Supporting Sponsor, Sentient Jet will offer an exclusive 25-hour Jet Card for participants and guests that includes a USD 2,500 gift card to Clarke Cooke House, one of Newport's most iconic, waterfront dining experiences.
Sentient Jet offers its 25-Hour Jet Card in four jet-size options, allowing clients to purchase flight time on Light, Mid, Super-Mid and Heavy aircraft as well as in two age classes (Preferred and Select), starting at just USD 127,325.
Sentient Jet Cardholders receive a rare combination of industry service at a tremendous value, complete with a one-year lock on all-inclusive hourly rates, with the added bonus of 15% discounts on hourly pricing for qualifying round-trip travel. Through Sentient Jet's recently launched mobile app, Sentient Jet Cardholders can now also book private jet travel on-demand, as well as receive flight details, immediate assistance through a 24/7 live chat feature, and localized recommendations for exclusive benefits.
Founded in 1999 and now an integral part of Directional Aviation, Sentient Jet is one of the private aviation companies in the country. The Sentient Jet Card Program offers clients the flexibility and convenience of flying private for their personal and business air travel needs with industry-leading value.
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|Date:||Jul 26, 2017|
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