Under a recently announced partnership, Delta Private Jets is now the exclusive provider of American Express’s Premium Private Jet Program.
Platinum card members who buy a Delta Private Jets membership will pay a reduced fee, and enjoy “a wide range of other benefits offering control, convenience and style in the air,” according to a press release on the partnership.
“Our card members love to travel and they depend on us to not only make their journey more comfortable, but also make travel more seamless,” said American Express senior vice president Janey Whiteside. “Partnering with Delta Private Jets opens up one of the most premium travel experiences for our most jet-setting card members.” Whiteside said the partnership would give cardmembers the chance to access “custom, private travel experience at a value and with benefits available only with their Platinum or higher level card.”
Delta and Amex simply expanding existing partnership
American Express already offers more than one co-branded credit card with Delta, including the popular Delta Gold card, which helps members earn elite status faster as well as earning miles. Cardholders can transfer their Amex Membership Rewards points into their Delta SkyMiles accounts to use rewards toward Delta air travel.
To access the Premium Private Jet Program, platinum and higher level American Express customers should call Platinum Travel Service or visit the Amex/Delta website for more information.
Private Jets offer luxury travel options
If you’re unfamiliar with Delta Private Jets, it is a subsidiary of Delta Airlines that provides charter planes. Their main base operation is out of the Delta Jet Center, located at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. They have been serving the needs of travelers for over 30 years, offering luxury options for business and pleasure trips alike.
More than 70 aircraft in four size categories serve in the Delta Private Jets fleet, which is FAA-certified. American Express cardholders will be able to fly in style and enjoy a discount on their memberships, as well as earning member reward points for their trips when they pay using their Amex cards.
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