PJS Group is expanding its sports and MICE divisions to support the rebound in VIP group private jet charter flights
New Hampshire-based charter and jet card broker Private Jet Services (PJS) Group said it is doubling down its support of the sports team and MICE segment. The move comes as professional and collegiate teams, and the meetings and incentive market aim towards a post-COVID recovery.
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.
COVID-19 and travel bubbles with extended family members and friends mean more of you need options beyond the capabilities of most private jets
Most large-cabin private jets max out at 14 to 16 seats, and while some seat up to 18, that means three people on a couch. In other words, it’s not ideal for flights of more than an hour or two.
To help you figure out the best airliner solutions for your needs, Private Jet Card Comparisons has published a comprehensive Guide to Chartering Boeing Business Jets and Group Charter Private Jets.
PJS Group will leverage its sales and marketing for iAero, formerly Swift Air
iAero brings a fleet of 35 737-800s, 400s, and 300s to the relationship
Last year, Blackstone backed iAero Group acquired Swift Air. The operator is best known for its charter services for sports teams, entertainers, tour operators, and government agencies.