3 Travel Startups Bringing Private Jets to Economy Passengers

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We have seen on-demand economy sites and apps appearing everywhere (UBER, Lyft, BoatBound, AirBnB, etc). Now the sharing economy is eroding the private jets category.

We have selected a few of the most recent and popular for you to check out.

JetSmarter is a mobile app offering instant pricing and availability for private jets worldwide and has gained access to more than 3,000 aircraft. The company recently received funding to help with distributing new technologies to air carriers to better streamline the booking process, launch new private jet-sharing services and open customer support offices in Europe, the Middle East, South America and Asia.


Victor is a booking platform for private jets and discloses transaction fees, operator and aircraft details and has no hidden costs, surcharges or membership fees. Travelers have access to more than 7,000 aircraft reaching 40,000 airports worldwide and Victor provides instant price estimates by aircraft type and category.


Jet Insight offers a real-time inventory of thousands of private jets and there are no annual contracts or initial membership fees to use the site.


Consider flying on a private jet for your next trip. It may not be as expensive as you think. In some cases, it’s actually cheaper. Whether or not you find these new apps and sites useful we will still leave you with an article on how to fly on a private jet for under $150 per person.

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