Canadian private jet club Jettly is now offering Bitcoin as a payment method for its managed members.
Bitcoin payments can now be made to fund Managed Membership holder trust accounts, with those funds used for their ongoing charter flights and to pay for annual membership fees.
Customers signed up to the Jettly Managed Membership offering gain access to Jettly’s team of flight managers, who organize the required travel plans. Jettly has 9,500 aircraft and over 1,500 operators within its network.
Justin Crabbe, CEO of Jettly, said, “As a pioneer in private jet travel, Jettly is always ahead of the curve when it comes to technology and innovation. Managed accounts are already our most robust membership option, giving members access to unlimited air charter bookings, a personal flight coordinator, free rideshare transfers, and more.
“Constantly looking for ways to provide our valued managed members with even greater levels of service and convenience, we’re thrilled to open the opportunity for them to use Bitcoin to fund their travel accounts.”