Air Partner Launches JetCard Membership ProgramAir Partner, (www.airpartnerusa.com), the world’s leading air charter company, has launched the latest evolution in jet membership, the Air Partner JetCard.With the Air Partner JetCard, members customize their private air travel program by purchasing 10, 25, or 50+ flight hour increments in any of the four cabin size options (Light, Midsize, SuperMidsize, and Large). Members have the freedom to alternate between cabin sizes on a trip-by-trip basis, and can even use multiple aircrafts simultaneously. The Air Partner JetCard program is available in three services areas: the Continental United States, Europe, and Mexico/the Caribbean. There are no long term commitments, monthly management fees, or hidden charges. The hours never expire, and a member’s investment is fully refundable at any time.“Many travelers who choose jet membership and fractional ownership programs are dissatisfied with the variability of on-demand charter,” said David McCown, senior vice president of Air Partner. “Nevertheless, with many of these programs travelers continue to get unpredictable pricing and unforeseen expenses even weeks after the trip. The Air Partner JetCard addresses these needs by offering a program that allows members to know the exact trip cost prior to travel.”For more information on the Air Partner JetCard program, visit www.airpartnerusa.com.
His stunning fall, from top tier hopeful to a so-called “asterisk candidate” who couldn’t break 1 percent in the latest CNN poll, also illustrated the limits of fundraising in a 2016 that was supposed to be dominated by unregulated campaign spending. Both Walker and former Gov. Rick Perry, who dropped out earlier this month, represent a two-man money-couldn’t-buy-them-love club on the sidelines. Super PACs affiliated with Perry and Walker raised millions in the weeks leading up to their collapses — Walker’s alone banked more than $20 million. (Thrush, 9/21) Readers asked us to fact-check this figure that Fiorina cited twice during the second GOP debate, hosted by CNN, at the Ronald Reagan presidential library in Simi Valley, Calif. The number of veterans who were believed to have died while waiting for care in one Arizona facility was estimated in to be in the “dozens.” Yet this figure that Fiorina used was significantly higher. Is it accurate? (Lee, 9/21) Fiorina Repeats Statistic On Veteran Deaths First Mischaracterized By The Media The Washington Post fact-checks the claim that Carly Fiorina cited twice during the last Republican debate. And Politico deconstructs the fast fall of the Scott Walker campaign. Politico: How Scott Walker Became An Asterisk The Washington Post’s Fact Checker: Carly Fiorina’s Claim That 307,000 Veterans ‘Died Waiting For Health Care’ This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.