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Netjet G5 share costs

G4G5

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Does anyone have the Quarter share costs for a G5?

The ones that they quote and any additional ones that would be considered "surprises".

Feel free to send me a PM.

Thanks.
 

gutshotdraw

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I'm sure a Netjets sales rep would be happy to answer your questions. Any information presented here, regardless of the intention of the poster, would probably be inaccurate or outdated. The short answer is: every contract is a little different.
 

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Does anyone have the Quarter share costs for a G5?

The ones that they quote and any additional ones that would be considered "surprises".

Feel free to send me a PM.

Thanks.

If you are interested, feel free to send me a PM and I can set up a sales rep (who are the ones with the most up to date information) to contact you. We are just pilots man. They don't give us that kind of information.
 

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yes call a sales rep.....we can't post that stuff here.

In fact there is TOO much stuff posted here that shouldn't be.
 

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G4G5,

Do a search on these boards. I remember seeing a review of the "downside" of fractional ownership - it was conducted by a research company or an accounting firm. I don't remember the name of the research piece but I remember I saw it on this website. It talked about the high cost of repositioning airplanes and training cost with so many fleet types that fractional owners end up paying for through your monthly fees (that was the theme - not an exact criticism) - it was pretty interesting. Again, you can find it somewhere on this forum using the search function.

It may have been comparing fractional to regular charter flying - I can't remember. Good luck.
 

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Yes Fischman is correct, we are just pilots!

Even though as Netjets pilots we are given a 1/16th share of a G5 when we upgrade! :).

We don't really know that information off hand.

Take care.
 

brokeflyer

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Why not? Flexjet has all their prices on their website.

yes, they can do that. But we shouldn't be discussing that stuff here.

people get on here and think they can't be found. Every post you make can be traced back to your house. So that is why people at NJK should read the section in the FOM about confidentiality.

Or not, if you get canned dont look for sympath from me. you cant fix stupid.
 

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well, let me rephrase my question. Why does netjets keep their prices confidential? if you were a customer shopping for a jet, wouldn't it be nice to see some no BS numbers on a website? that way you don't have to come on a website such as this to ask.
 

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well, let me rephrase my question. Why does netjets keep their prices confidential? if you were a customer shopping for a jet, wouldn't it be nice to see some no BS numbers on a website? that way you don't have to come on a website such as this to ask.


probly, but since i'm not I can't really answer that.

The company says for us not to talk about that stuff....people on here blab about more than they should, and some day it's gonna hurt them or the company.
 

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well, let me rephrase my question. Why does netjets keep their prices confidential? if you were a customer shopping for a jet, wouldn't it be nice to see some no BS numbers on a website? that way you don't have to come on a website such as this to ask.

I'm guessing that it's one of those, "if you have to ask, you can't afford it" kind of deals. NetJets chooses not to publish the info.

brokeflyer is correct though about confidentiality. One of the things our owners pay for is anonymity.
 

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I belive that NJ does not post prices on the internet to keep every neighbor and friend form seeing what you pay and to make it a little harder for the media to have prices to print. But this is just a guess.

The Flexjet numbers on their website are like the window sticker on a new car -- it is a place to begin negotiating from. NJ is much more of a "no haggle" on price.

Fly safe.
 

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marquis jet card, 1 year, 25 hours= 500,000 from a flyer at a demo 3 months ago
 

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well, let me rephrase my question. Why does netjets keep their prices confidential? if you were a customer shopping for a jet, wouldn't it be nice to see some no BS numbers on a website? that way you don't have to come on a website such as this to ask.

If you honestly think that figures posted on any website are free of BS I have some prime real estate in the south central Florida I would like to sell you.

like someone said before. All contracts are a little different and I am sure all sales figures are neogtiable. The only real course of action to get accurate numbers is to talk to a sales rep.

Trusting a website for sales numbers is the same as buying a car at sticker price.
 

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IThe Flexjet numbers on their website are like the window sticker on a new car -- it is a place to begin negotiating from. NJ is much more of a "no haggle" on price.

Fly safe.

Ah.....you beat me to it....good analogy
 

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so, because Flex publishes their prices, it means you can haggle, and cause nejets makes it a secret, its no haggle? that makes no sense
 

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so, because Flex publishes their prices, it means you can haggle, and cause nejets makes it a secret, its no haggle? that makes no sense


No -- what makes sense is what actually happens. FJ is trying to gain (buy) market share (so are CS and FLOPS). They are very negotiable and will concede many things to get someone to come over -- many free hours, discounts on share prices and monthly/hourly fees, etc. Also on the card side they will discount heavily (especially to NJ owners) to get you into their product and system. I know this first hand.

NJ, while it has side letters that cover some smaller points like upgardes, recovery, standby, simultanous use, does not negotiate on price and fees (which is actually smart). You would have some very irrate owners with very bruised egos (and thus willing to leave) if they found out their buddy paid less for a share. It is alot like men at a backyard barbeque bragging about how little they paid for their new car. Pricing integrity can be very important to getting your price.

Lowering price to gain market share is an old marketing technique.

Fly safe.
 
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