Long Beach, California – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle Magazine
Private jet operator JetSuite, recently purchased by JetBlue founder David Neeleman and Acadia Woods Partners, has announced the expansion of its SuiteSaver program, which offers unheard of whole plane pricing for private jet travel on its fleet of brand-new, four-seater Phenom 100 aircraft.
JetSuite, responding to market demand for its low-cost SuiteSaver program between LA/Las Vegas (from $999), LA/Oakland (from $1499) and Oakland/Las Vegas (from $1499), has just added eight markets to the program. Staring at just $999, customers can fly among Santa Barbara, Orange County, San Diego, Phoenix, Tucson, Tahoe/Reno and Mammoth – in addition to the already existing markets. SuiteSaver rates in each market combination are less than $2,000 for the entire jet, one way, including $999 Santa Barbara/Las Vegas, San Diego/LA and Palm Springs/LA.
“We have successfully introduced the luxuries of private jet travel to a new audience with the affordability of our SuiteSaver program,” says JetSuite CEO Alex Wilcox. “I look forward to expanding these offerings to more people, introducing them to the convenience, safety and comfort of private travel with JetSuite.”
With the headaches of holiday travel rapidly approaching, JetSuite offers a viable alternative for both personal and business travel with its new economical pricing. With rates as low as $250 per seat, it becomes the first private jet operator to offer pricing competitive with commercial airline rates.