Private jet booking app reinvents first-class travel with single-seat scheduled services.
NEW YORK – JetSmarter, the fastest growing private jet company across the globe, has announced the launch of its Atlanta route, which will offer flights to and from New York and Fort Lauderdale starting on May 2, 2016. For the first-time ever in this market, consumers seeking seamless private jet travel will now have the opportunity to reserve single seats on private planes.
The Atlanta JetShuttle Routes and Schedules are as follows:
- Dekalb Peachtree Airport to Westchester, NY (Wednesdays and Sundays)
- Westchester, NY to Dekalb Peachtree Airport (Tuesdays and Fridays)
- Dekalb Peachtree Airport to Fort Lauderdale, FL (Fridays)
- Fort Lauderdale, FL to Dekalb Peachtree Airport (Sundays)
These flights enable consumers to eliminate hours spent at the airport, and mitigate travel time spent flying commercial.
Each flight will be on a Falcon 2000 Heavy Jet, which accommodates up to 10 passengers. Through JetSmarter's membership program, which is $9,000 annually along with a one-time $3,500 initiation fee, flights on the JetShuttles are free, allowing members the opportunity to enjoy the private jet experience, which is becoming the new first-class. Currently, JetShuttles are available across the United States in cities including New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, San Francisco and now Atlanta. This service is also available throughout Europe and the Middle East.
"Due to the vast success of JetSmarter, we are excited to announce this expansion in Atlanta, to provide even more travelers the opportunity to fly private and join our 'Country Club of the sky'," said Sergey Petrossov, Founder and CEO of JetSmarter. "With the growing demand for private jet services from travelers in this region, we are the first to offer the option of a luxurious direct, service between Atlanta and New York or South Florida."
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