There is a spectrum when it comes to private flying. From the very top end of the spectrum where you can have a personalized A380 Jumbo, costing in excess of US$600 million down to the nimble, and still well appointed, Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet for around US$2 million. There are some interesting private/public hybrids worth considering if you do not want to fully own, or in the case of NetJets – partially own a private jet.
JetSuite is the fourth largest charter company in the USA that has specialized in private air travel for the last seven years. JetSuite X offers a unique” private for the public” flight service free of the hassle of commercial flights. Flights usually travel between private terminals, which means that passengers avoid the chaos of arriving early to check in, pass through security and board 45 minutes earlier. In addition to a beautiful plane and personal service, the time you save by not having to get to the airport hours in advance alone is a reason to fly JetSuite X. As commercial travel becomes more and more difficult, and as airlines continue to accumulate on the fees, the semi-private aircraft business model seems increasingly attractive to some.
Jetblue’s announcement of a new code-sharing agreement with JetSuiteX emphasizes the growth of a new class of airlines.
JetSuiteX exclusively operates a fleet of Embraer E135s that were formerly used on regional routes by the legacy carriers. With this type of jet, JetSuite X increases is flexibility of landing options relative to commercial carriers. If the bad weather hits Mammoth Airport in Yosemite, JetSuite X flights can divert to the Bishop Airport ( bi-h ) just 40 miles away at a much lower altitude. Jetsuite also claims that it is the only lightweight jet charter company with in-flight, real-time satellite weather mapping and safe taxi technology installed on each plane.
In addition to offering all of the above , JetSuiteX has generously announced they will be donating $ 25,000 worth of JetSuiteX seats to Angel Flight West to help provide air travel to individuals with serious medical conditions.