Archive for September, 2015

Jet, set, go- Blade

Wednesday, September 30th, 2015
Credit: Flyblade

Credit: Flyblade

While you can’t just snap your fingers and book a flight, you can come very close to do so by booking a flight using the Blade App. Based in New York City, United States, Blade is a crowdsourced, short-distance aviation company that is quickly becoming the ‘Uber of helicopters’. (more…)

Arrival of the G550 creation in Teterboro

Thursday, September 24th, 2015
Credit: Avjet Corporation

Credit: Avjet Corporation

Avjet Corporation is proud to have added yet another Gulfstream G550 to its unique fleet. Avjet Corporation released a more precise and advanced jet incorporated with bolder features into their already established fleet of Gulfstream aircraft. (more…)

Making Private-Jet Travel Available to the Masses

Wednesday, September 16th, 2015
Credit: JetSmarter

Credit: JetSmarter

Having a fresh $20 million in funding from prominent investors in Saudi Arabia, London and Hollywood, California, private air-transportation charter service JetSmarter has major plans for expansion. JetSmarter, referred to as the “Uber of private jets,” has taken on the mission of shaking up the private aviation industry, specifically the way private jets are chartered. (more…)

India’s Private Jet Charter Industry Cleared for Takeoff

Friday, September 11th, 2015
Credit: JetSetGo

Credit: JetSetGo

In one of the world’s most populous countries, JetSetGo has emerged to become one of India’s most popular private jet charter companies. So popular that the company recently secured funding from famous Indian cricket player Yuvraj Singh’s YouWeCan Ventures. (more…)

Flying High With Private Flight Apps

Friday, September 4th, 2015
Credit: New Flight Charters

Credit: New Flight Charters

When it comes to airline travel, it is all about arriving safely at your intended destination. The aviation industry has changed many of its policies over the years. For the most part these changes were executed for security reasons. Many of those adjustments presented problems for travelers and they almost always evolved into delays at the airports. (more…)