PrivateFly sets “Taylor and Burton” private jet getaway

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Directional Aviation’s on-demand private jet charter broker PrivateFly is again partnering with Casa Kimberly, a luxury boutique hotel built from Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton’s longtime home in Puerto Vallarta.

The itinerary includes round-trip private jet flights to Puerto Vallarta via PrivateFly; a three-night stay in the Elizabeth Taylor Suite at Casa Kimberly; a sunset champagne sail; spa treatments for two; five-star dining experiences and more.

Sentient’s Starkowsky named to Air Charter Safety Foundation

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The jet card’s Chief Safety Officer has been elected to the Board of Governors for the Air Charter Safety Foundation

The Air Charter Safety Foundation (acsf.aero) said Charles Starkowsky, the Chief Safety Officer of Sentient Jet, has been elected to its Board of Governors.

Starkowsky will join the ACSF Board of Governors’ members in their responsibility to establish the foundation’s strategic goals, policies, and programs.

Dumont completes Dassault Falcon 2000 purchase program

Dassault Falcon 2000

Private jet charter and jet card operator Dumont Aviation Group now has 27 of the large cabin jets in its fleet

Delaware-based private jet charter and jet card operator Dumont Aviation Group has completed its 27-jet purchase agreement of Dassault Falcon 2000s that were formerly part of the NetJets fleet.

The Falcon 2000 program started in 2018 when Dumont purchased its first Falcon 2000 and continued through 2019 and concluded with its December purchase.

Jets.com offers December discounts on jet cards

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Hourly rates start at $5,188 for a light jet and range up to $10,588 for a large cabin aircraft

December generally means jet card deals, and Jets.com is continuing that approach.

Through the end of the year, Jets.com has reduced both prices and the number of hours customers need to buy.

Privatejet.com sparks a second lawsuit

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Private jet charter broker Fly Victor and its CEO Clive Jackson are the subject of a second lawsuit by Don’t Look Media and Louis Spagnuolo

As the strobe light turns. After filing a lawsuit in June seeking $30 million from U.K.-based private jet charter broker Victor and its founder Clive Jackson over the privatejet.com domain, Don’t Look Media, LLC (DLM), and Louis Spagnuolo have filed a second lawsuit.

This time DLM is seeking $3 million. It alleges Jackson and others of “publicly and falsely accusing it of criminal behavior, and thereby destroying its business’ reputation.”

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