Traveling on a private jet plane is living in the lap of luxury. Shuttle service to the air carrier, no petty security check and few, if any, passengers to deal with – riding a private jet is the ultimate form of travel when you’re heading somewhere important. While it might typically cost a bundle, JetSuite has got a great alternative to riding private without paying the price.
A relatively new brand with a handful of ideas, JetSuite offers the industry an alternative to excutive jet travel. Passengers throughout the western United States have been rolling with delight in regards of the prospects that JetSuite offers, even with all the celebrity attached (yes, Mario Lopez took a JetSuite plane to the Superbowl XLV).
The JetSuite plans aren’t extraordinary, but they might be something you’d come to expect from a smaller private jet company that only travels to a sprinkling of cities across the States. What you will find spectacular is the service – trained professionals both behind the wheel and ahead of the production line have legitimized JetSuite’s brand, from the ground up. Pilots with twenty-plus years in the industry, who have worked with major brands including Virgin and American, sit in the cockpit taking passengers anywhere throughout the US, Canada and Mexico.
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The fleet is unique, despite their small and relatively un-flashy size. Collecting a set of Phenoms for the JetSuite brand, including the new Embraer Phenom 100, planes with JetSuite can reach up to 450 miles an hour and comfortably seat four with large baggage compartments.
Already heralded as a brand to beat, JetSuite has earned itself a seat among the big players in the private jet industry for its celebrity recognition. Demi Moore was commissioned as one of the first brand ambassadors, while it’s quoted as the jet of Buzz Aldrin.