JetSmarter has launched a new program offering corporate memberships. The new membership option allows companies to sign up multiple employees with access to JetSmarter’s services for a single monthly fee. 

According to a press release, rates start at $1,950 per month per person for up to 10 users. Custom pricing is available for additional users.  Members will have access to a range of services including booking seats on JetSmarter’s shuttles as well as on-demand whole aircraft private jet charter.

The shuttle routes connect various cities, including New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami/Fort Lauderdale, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Washington D.C., etc. Additional jet shuttles are offered in Europe and the Middle East.

“With tensions continuing to rise for major air carriers throughout the U.S., we’ve found that travelers are now considering flying private an option now, more than ever,” said Sergey Petrossov, CEO and Founder of JetSmarter.  “Through the launch of our Corporate Membership Program, our goal is to provide frequent business travelers with accessible and painless air travel, allowing them to get to their destination as quickly as possible, while being able to network with colleagues and like-minded business individuals along the way.”

According to the release, members can also take advantage of JetSmarter’s Concierge Service, provided by the app’s Member Experiences Team, which provides clients with a variety of services including hotel accommodations, exotic car rentals, access to exclusive events, premium tables at fine restaurants, and much more.

The company has broadened access to private jet travel via its shuttles and access to empty legs, however, the company has also drawn criticism for changing its programs and poor customer communications.

At the same time, the company has secured a partnership with XOJET, an established player in the on-demand charter and prepaid private jet charter market.

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