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Private Jet Travel is Ready For Take Off

With the holidays and ski season around the corner, now is the perfect time to consider traveling by private jet. As more leisure customers and businesses are taking to the skies again, private air travel is taking flight. In fact, 79% of high net worth travelers are more inclined to fly by private jet, considering it a safer and more reliable flight solution. Residents of THEA can find some great information about in-demand jet charter HERE

If you’re concerned about the environmental impact of private jet travel, there’s good news. While private aviation is not typically considered a green sector, the industry as a whole is taking responsibility for its contributions to climate change. VistaJet is just one of a significant number of industry leaders who have signed on to partnerships that secure a more sustainable future for aviation. So let’s fly away – your private jet travel adventure is ready for take off.

VistaJet

VistaJet is a premiere global aviation company with a fleet of over 70 silver and red business jets. VistaJet has flown corporations, governments and private clients to 187 countries, covering 96% of the world. As privacy and safety become increasingly important, VistaJet has opened up its exclusive black book of preferred partners, hotels, residences, private islands, yachts and ski destinations around the world with the VistaJet Private World program. The company also recently introduced the first fleet of Bombardier Global 7500 aircraft, unlocking the world with the largest and longest range business jet. The Bombardier Global 7500 offers four true living spaces, including a full size kitchen and a permanent bedroom.

NetJets

NetJets, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, is an American aviation company that sells part ownership or shares (called fractional ownership) of private business jets. While buying your own aircraft might seem like the ultimate private aviation solution, wholly owning an aircraft brings hidden costs — and added liability. NetJets’ fractional ownership program is an alternate ownership model that features an industry-leading safety program, a personalized aviation experience, and guaranteed aircraft availability. NetJets offers a number of programs including size of aircraft, sharing and leasing.

Evojets

Evojets was founded in 2006 in Aspen, Colorado by two industry entrepreneurs intent on improving private jet travel. Today, the company has grown into one of the most respected and reliable broker organizations in the industry, servicing hundreds of new clients each year across a range of private aviation services, including on-demand charter, cargo plane rental, air craft sales, and air craft management. Featured cities for private charter include Los Angeles, New York, Aspen, and Chicago. Complete list of US & Canada cities HERE

XO Jets

Book a private jet instantly with XO, the first global digital marketplace for private aviation. XO’s turnkey solution offers multiple ways to buy and ways to fly — including private charters with guaranteed availability and single seats on shared flights. XO provides an asset-light alternative to full jet ownership and the rigid, non-refundable jet card and fractional jet ownership models. The XO Experience allows business and leisure travelers to make the most of their time in the air and on the ground. With global route coverage, XO offers convenience, dependability, and efficiency — from booking to landing.

Private Jet Card Comparisons

Jet cards, fractional ownership, full ownership, leasing, or on-demand charter? If you’re wondering how to navigate the plethora of companies and programs, get ready to save hours of research time with a subscription to Private Jet Card Comparisons. Your membership provides unlimited access to updated, comprehensive data and information from over 50 providers not duplicated anywhere else, and includes personal support via phone and email. Private Jet Card Comparisons has been featured in New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Departures, Condé Nast Traveler and more.

Pets are generally welcome on board private jets. Check company websites for guidelines. If you plan to travel internationally, VistaPet Global Travel Guide has everything you need to know for global travel.

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