The Empyrean card offered by Air Charter Service has really taken off in the first quarter of 2022. 2022, with new subscriptions up 64% and revenues up 170% worldwide. According to the company “the card ensures that customers can book a flight while enjoying additional services“.

Tim Rees, Empyrean Card Manager, explains, “With flight cancellations related to the Covid-19, many customers have turned to private jets. However, operators offering jet cards are having difficulty keeping up with demand because they only have their own fleet.

As an airline broker, we don’t have this problem. Because we have access to thousands of aircraft around the world, we always find a plane for our clients our customers. As a result, where some operators have had to suspend their cards, we have been able to maintain this service. As a result, many customers subscribe to one of our cards to ensure that they have a plane when they need it without any unpleasant surprises in terms of fares.”

As a result of this trend, our revenues experienced solid growth in the Middle East and Asia compared to the first quarter of 2021. That said, the most impressive increase was in the U.S., where our numbers from last year more than doubled, as did Europe.”

I expect the jet card craze to continue, and I look forward to watching the growth in private aviation since the pandemic.”