Have you ever dreamed of having your own Private Jet? Well, maybe you can’t own one just yet, but! Now you can have one anytime you want with JetSmarter.
Founded in 2012 by Sergey Petrossov (@spetrossov), JetSmarter has 6 offices across the globe, and flights into over 170 different countries. The company has deals with about 800 private jet owners and pilots.
You can find the app on the Apple Store and Google Play Store, is free and anyone who registers can book a flight. But the membership option, (which costs $9,000 annually) offers significantly lower flight prices, exclusive events, loyalty points and a gold plated (24-karat) membership card.
JetSmarter also has an “empty legs” (flights that need to make a trip from point A to point B for logistical purposes, but have no one on them) feature that allows members and non-members to fly privately at extremely discounted prices. (It’ll be costly though)
There are tons of features on this app, let’s take a look at some:
JetDeals: One-way flights that are exclusive to JetSmarter allowing a custom experience for each and every one. The app will automatically pair these flights between your desired destinations.
JetShuttle: Search from hundreds of scheduled flights, find a time that works for you, book a seat and you are on your way.
JetCharter: Customize your own itinerary, choose the right aircraft and immediately book the flight.
All of this can be used (as every single feature of the app) by non-members, but having a membership has its perks:
$0 JetDeals (2,500+ monthly)
Book FREE seats on JetShuttle flights.
Discounted JetCharter pricing (up to 70%)
Complimentary Helicopter rides to/from New York area airports.
VIP Private events for members.
In October 2014, the company made a huge step forward, announcing its partnership with GlobeAir, one of Europe’s most prominent private jet companies.
And this year, received lots of investments even from
the Jay Z and the Saudi Royal Family.
Take a sneak peek:
Are you going to give it a try? What do you think of this utopic idea of making private jets available for “everyone”? Let us know in the comments section below.