The members-only private jet company is selling members and non-members seats on private jet shuttles to the Super Bowl for $4,095 round trip
JetSmarter has announced today that they are offering private jet flights to Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII, from New York, Los Angeles and South Florida. JetSmarter is a members-only service, however, for the Big Game they are offering both non-members and members the opportunity to book seats on their scheduled private jet flights for $4,095 roundtrip, according to a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons.
JetSmarter and Surf Air both offer scheduled flights on private jets which can be reserved by the seat
Birds of a feather flock together. Or at least in this case private jet shuttle operators JetSmarter and Surf Air, both have now made the move to use London City Airport for flights, moving away from Luton Airport. JetSmarter said yesterday “starting January” all JetShuttles under three hours of flight time are moving to LCY. Included are flights to Paris, Geneva (weekly Light Jet), Milan and Nice. Luton will retain shuttles to New York, Moscow and a weekly Heavy Jet to Geneva. Biggin Hill will have a flight to Malaga, Spain.
Jet card seller Sentient is launching its first private jet shuttle flight in November
Breeders’ Cup is one of thoroughbred horse racing’s most prestigious events, and Sentient Jet announced a partnership that will provide equestrian enthusiasts the chance to fly directly from the 2017 Breeders’ Cup World Championships in San Diego to Lexington, Kentucky to attend the annual November Thoroughbred sales at Fasig-Tipton and Keeneland. Consumers will be able to purchase individual seats on the Breeders’ Cup chartered aircraft, allowing them to enjoy the weekend’s races in Southern California and still arrive in Lexington in time for the sales.