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Tuesday, June 18, 2024

The private aviation company has a new membership program, aimed at corporate travelers. After paying an annual membership fee, it offers fixed hourly rates on 6 different jet categories.

Main Features

The principal features for this membership are:

  • Availability within 6 hours notice
  • 1-hour minimums
  • Your corporation is additionally insured on all flights
  • Guaranteed availability
  • No peak fees or blackout dates
  • No fuel surcharge
  • Aircraft average 10 years or younger
  • Guaranteed Wi-Fi on mid- size and larger aircraft
  • Simultaneous access to multiple aircraft

Fees & Rates

The first year membership fee is $25,000, with a $15,000 annual renewal in subsequent years. The hourly rates are inclusive of catering and all fuel costs, but do not include FET. They start at $6,050 per hour on light jets such as the Phenom 300 or Lear 45XR, and go up to $16,500 on long range jets such as Gulfstream 500/550/650's. The full hourly details are shown in the table below.

Magellan Corporate Program Pricing

“Our corporate members know the value of getting to critical events in a way that is purely private and on the aircraft that allows them to be most productive,” said Anthony Tivnan, president and co-founder of Magellan Jets. “Whether for an IPO road show or touring manufacturing facilities in hard to reach locations, our team’s experience managing the details allows our members to focus on their business instead of on logistics.”

The team at Magellan added “With your Corporate Membership, you add a full aviation department to support your executive team. A dedicated aviation consultant works with you to ensure a seamless and predicable experience on every leg. A full sourcing team supplies the best aircraft from pre-vetted planes and crews. And a dedicated 24/7/365 Flight Support team of FAA-certified pilots monitors weather, traffic, and equipment to pro-actively keep your mission on track – or to communicate options should conditions demand changes.”