The biggest challenge is offering instant pricing like commercial airlines do.
Both Wheels Up and Directional Aviation are enlisting choppers to offer fliers fast access to urban centers.
More people are using private jets for vacations and hybrid travel that blends business and leisure.
Rather than competing on just price and amenities, some companies are focusing on safety essentials to lure newcomers.
Sign-up for a Sentient Jet membership and spend Feb 29th—this year’s “bonus day”—enjoying an array of exclusive experiences in New York City.
PrivateFly tallies the picks of more than 7,000 travelers to compile a top-10 list of truly stunning landing strips.
The company is donating $1,000 to an anti-hunger charity for every jet card it sells this in December.
Private aviation may be attracting more price-conscious fliers, but extra-exclusive treatment is still there for those willing to pay.
PrivateFly CEO Adam Twidell assures customers that the digital charter will stay on its current course.