Shared Private Jets Guide

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Find private jet flights you can purchase by-the-seat or share with other private flyers exclusively in the Guide to Shared Private Services

Don’t need an entire private jet? Compare private jet sharing options regionally, nationally, and worldwide in the Guide to Shared Private Jet services from Private Jet Card Comparisons

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Compare crowd-sourced and by-the-seat private flight options by:

  • Company history
  • Ownership
  • Membership requirements
  • How it works
  • Route network
  • Pricing
  • Schedules
  • Aircraft types
  • Who operates your flights
  • Ground experience
  • Airport arrival deadlines
  • WiFi availability
  • Pets policies
  • Booking deadlines
  • Refund policies
  • Company websites

The guide is available to Private Jet Card Comparisons subscribers as an additional service to its Jet Card Comparisons, Quick Compare Flight Pricing Calculator, VIP Jet Card Decider service, and Guide to Charter Brokers.

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Private Jet Card Comparisons adds Guide to Shared Private Jet Services

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Shared private jet flights you can purchase by-the-seat are now covered in a new guide exclusively for subscribers of Private Jet Card Comparisons

JetSmarter is gone, but the concept of sharing a private jet is finally taking off. By-the-seat and jet sharing private jet services are expanding as more consumers seek to avoid large airport terminals and big airplanes. A dozen providers now offer a network of by-the-seat and crowd-funding private jet services covering the U.S. and beyond. For the first time, Private Jet Card Comparisons has cataloged these services and options, giving subscribers an exclusive Guide to Shared Private Jet Services.

“Scam” JetSmarter” hit by another lawsuit seeking at least $2.2 million in damages

A “senior” couple say they were “scammed” by JetSmarter for $30,000 weeks before the company started cutting back on its scheduled flights with the free seats they were expecting

 

With each lawsuit – this is at least the seventh Private Jet Card Comparisons has tracked – the stories about JetSmarter’s sales tactics get more troubling. Even as management was pivoting its model of paid annual memberships in return for the ability to book free seats on scheduled private jet shuttles, its sales team was continuing “high-pressure” tactics trying to push even more expensive memberships while telling the media that it was focusing on more accessible pricing.

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