When planning your next trip, did you for a few fleeting moments fantasize about hopping aboard a private jet bypassing lengthy security checkpoints, baggage restrictions, cramped seats, and a lame bag of peanuts for a snack? While this option might not be on most traveler’s radar due to the obvious cost restraints, the possibility for doing so has gotten much more attractive.
Jumpjet is indeed changing the landscape of air travel by offering accessible private jet memberships with prices starting at $250-$999 round trip per person depending on how far in advance you book and how many time zones you wish to fly through which puts the price of a seat close to what you’d pay for 1st class on a conventional airline.
“Flying private is the ultimate luxury, and we are making private flying as affordable as any airline seat,” says CEO and founder of Jumpjet, Will Ashcroft. Most jets are equipped with flat screen TVs, entertainment units for movies and video games and WiFi.
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