How To Fly on a Private Jet for Really Cheap


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Have you ever wanted to fly in a private jet, but do so a fraction of the cost? Well, there is this company called JetSuite which will sell empty segments for their private jets for cheap prices that would otherwise go unused.

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Here are some the examples of their segments today:

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Per this website, JetSuite’s last minute daily flight deals give you the chance to fly privately starting at only $536 each way (for the whole jet). See below for instructions, terms & conditions.

Bottom Line:

You have to be extremely flexible on the dates and routes, but if you happen to take a look at their site and see a flight that would work for you it could be a good deal since you get the whole plane which seats 6 people.

For instance if you wanted to fly from Nassau to Miami it would be $536 but with 6 people, it brings the cost down to $89 per person! Not a bad deal

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Comments

  1. I have flown on a SuiteDeal twice. Once Houston-Dallas in their 4 seater Phenom 100 and once from Houston-Miami in the 6/7 seater CJ3. Tons of snacks/drinks on board. No flight attendant. Well worth the money if you are flexible. Departs the FBO and usually flies into the executive airports vs commercial (Tamiami Executive vs MIA).

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