Private Jet Card Comparisons brings you the ultimate dining guide to the surprisingly diverse foods you will find folks enjoying on their private jets
Before we get started with some mouthwatering, hunger-inducing food pictures, we wanted to remind you that when you subscribe to Private Jet Card Comparisons you can compare the complimentary catering options for more than 250 jet card membership programs.
@Privatejetsetter420 demonstrates nobody is going to force you to eat caviar if you buy a jet card. But, that’s one good looking prosciutto and mozzarella sandwich sir!
Flexjet chairman Kenn Ricci shows us how to pregame with some Jumbo Shrimp Bloody Mary’s on the way to the annual Stanford vs. Notre Dame football game. We know Kenn was rooting for #GoIrish #BeatStanford so we won’t discuss the final score, but we will remind Cardinal fans that the boys from South Bend ended up #11 in both the final AP and Coaches Poll, about eight notches ahead of somebody else.
Leaving the beautiful beaches of Vietnam isn’t so bad when you can have a beautiful breakfast with sausage, avocado and smoked salmon. Thanks for sharing @dtincolor!
@evseats we like how you order catering, especially those deserts. We hope you had a great trip to the Cayman Islands!
Don’t wait for us Davido Adeleke a.k.a. @davidoofficial. We’re on a diet anyway!
We liked these private jet dining posts from model and style guru Cristina Bejan so much we couldn’t decide which to use, so we used both.
Roberto Rico is putting himself in contention for when we do a men’s style post. In the meantime, a little fresh fruit, herbal tea and a beautiful red rose are a great way to start the day @roberto_rico!
When the chairman wants corn on the cob, the chairman gets corn on the cob. That’s how it works on a private jet. Try that on United Airlines, or even Emirates.
If you are going to start flying privately, you might as well do it the way @eliankutse is doing it. We hope to see you more – on a private jet – not easyJet by the way!
@omy2788 we agree, that’s not bad for a breakfast, we think it looks delicious. Enjoy your NetJets Gulfstream G450 and keep eating healthy! By the way, you too can fly like this with a 25-hour Marquis Jet jet card from NetJets. And don’t forget, you can compare over 250 jet card programs in one place by becoming a paid subscriber to Private Jet Card Comparisons! Now back to the food!
Choices, choices for @thabigtuck – Your good angel says, “Eat the fruit. It’s better for you.” Your naughty angel says, “You’re on a private jet. Eat that delicious sandwich on that buttery, flaky croissant with extra mayo.” What would we do? Probably eat both!
@cristinabejan88 it’s so hard these days to get kids to put their play things down and come in for dinner, even when they are flying on a private jet.
Hey @littrean. If you two are just going to keep staring at each other like two lovebirds, is it OK if we have those last two shrimp?
@vintatgecaterers_worldwide thanks for sharing @staceyfeinberg’s yummy looking post of some nicely presented catering.
And because if we are anything at Private Jet Card Comparisons, we are fair and balanced, we counter fast food cluck cluck by bringing you courtesy of @kedai_bucyint a beautiful Italian roasted chicken.
Now that you’re hungry, you’re going to need a private jet, so don’t forget, you can compare catering from over 250 private jet card programs if you subscribe to Private Jet Card Comparisons right here.