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.
PJS Group offers jet cards and specializes in VIP airliner charters, including for sports teams, corporate shuttles, live entertainment tours and large families
In a process that typically requires up to two months of lead time, Private Jet Services (PJS) organized and executed a 30-flight plan to privately charter 21 international Major League Soccer (MLS) players to the United States in less than 14 days time. The project amassed more than 115 hours of flight time between 27 cities, 17 countries, and four continents.
Ultra-High Net Worth private aircraft buyers under the age of 50 favor large-cabin private jets by a margin of 31 percentage points
Young Ultra-High Net Worth buyers like it big when it comes to their private jets. That’s according to a just-published market outlook for pre-owned aircraft sales by broker Jetcraft. It found 81% of buyers under 50 take large-cabin private jets compared to just 50% of older customers.
Boeing Business Jets, or BBJs, and other VIP Airliners are a rare breed, not your typical private jet rental
Expert charter broker Adam Hasiak, CEO of Access Jet Group, explains why you should consider renting a VIP Airliner and what you need to know
A former U.S. Senate legislative staffer and later policy team assistant to the Governor of Indiana, Adam Hasiak founded Boca Raton-based Access Jet Group in 2011.