Jumpjet Eyes Commercial Airline Market While Incentivizing Travel Agents

Jumpjet, a company that says it markets private jet use at affordable prices, will launch its service this May and is currently enrolling members. The company says it is offering 15 percent commissions on monthly member fees, which range from $1,500 to $4,000, for each member referred. Commission payments don't end there, says Jumpjet founder and CEO, Will Ashcroft. "Travel agents receive 15 percent commission the first year of a client's membership; 10 percent the second year; and five percent for the third year," he says. In additions, agents who sign up 20 Jumpjet members will earn a free Jumpjet membership. At launch, Jumpjet's 12 originating cities will be: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C. Travel agents can contact [[email protected]] for more information or visit [www.jumpjet.com].

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