Delta Private Jets enhances Sky Access membership program



Delta Private Jets has announced that it is enhancing its Sky Access membership program by making it easier for members to book empty leg flights and by offering a 20 percent discount off select, published Delta® fares to get you home from your empty leg destination, the company said.

In January 2018, Delta Private Jets launched the new Sky Access online membership program that offers members unlimited access to empty leg flights in addition to fixed hourly rate private jet travel. Members are able to book the whole aircraft without sharing it with others. With introductory memberships at USD 8,500 and renewal at USD 6,000 (rates may vary over time), the Sky Access program makes luxury travel affordable.

Empty legs are flights scheduled without passengers to ensure an aircraft is positioned for a trip at the right airport and the right time. This repositioning creates opportunity for last-minute trips at no fee for Sky Access members. Empty legs may be booked from 24 to four hours before a trip.

Delta Private Jets, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL), provides aircraft charter services, aircraft management and its distinctive Delta Private Jets Card. The company operates an FBO (Fixed Base Operation), the Delta Jet Center, at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG), as well as the Tech Service Center, a comprehensive Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul facility (MRO).