Friday’s late-night mask mandate following President Biden’s executive order extends to Part 135 private jet charter flights, including jet cards, FBOs, and begins at midnight tonight
(Updated) NetJets says the mask mandate doesn’t apply to its flights
Friday’s late-night mask mandate by the CDC following President Joe Biden’s executive order requiring masks to be worn in airports and on commercial airline flights extends to Part 135 charter operations and FBOs, according to a notice sent by the National Air Transportation Association.
Private Jet Card Comparisons reported on the possibility last week after the executive order. The order comes just days in advance of the Super Bowl, typically one of the busiest weekends for private jet flights
You can charter the Boeing Business Jet private jet that President-elect chartered to fly to Washington D.C. for his swearing-in ceremony
Joe Biden didn’t take Amtrak to Washington D.C. after security concerns in the wake of the Capitol riots. He also wasn’t offered a private jet from the U.S. government. So what did he do? He chartered a Boeing Business Jet, and you can rent the same aircraft.
Here’s how you can fly the same private jets as famous entertainers, sports stars, business executives and billionaires
The private jets of Jeff Bezos, Joe Biden, Tom Brady, Richard Branson, Jay-Z, The Rock, Ronaldo, Taylor Swift, Donald Trump, Mark Wahlberg, Oprah, Tiger Woods, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and how much it will cost you to fly on them…
You’ve probably read stories about the types of private jets owned or used by your favorite celebrities, sports stars, business moguls, and billionaires. Now we show you not only their favored private jets, but how you can fly in the same type of aircraft, including pricing and access through charter, jet cards, and fractional ownership.
Silver Air’s BBJ, with its 6,000-mile nonstop range, will be marketed for global executives, music tours and VVIPs based at Van Nuys Airport (VNY)
California-based charter operator Silver Air is adding a Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) to its charter fleet starting this spring. The company expects executive management teams, big international music tours, and other VVIP individuals that require the ultimate in private travel to charter the BBJ.