JetGet’s New Private Air Travel To The Hamptons

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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Getting to the Hamptons via Jitney or car may no longer be your transportation of choice once you’ve discovered the wonders of JetGet. Newly launched and created just in time for the summer season, you can easily book a flight through JetGet’s website and fly to the East of Long Island with a private jet service in under thirty minutes from New York City.

Flights will function from Teterboro and Westchester Airport to East Hampton, West Hampton, and Montauk. How exactly does it work? JetGet arranges flights provided by certified air charter operators authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration and the United States Department of Transportation to provide on-demand and scheduled travel service on private jets. Essentially, JetGet acts as a charter agent for the passenger or carrier to arrange booking, departure timing and local concierge services.

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Co-founded by Samuel Joseph and Avi Aminov, the company was created to reduce the cost of private air travel while increasing revenue for jet operators. “We desire to be the change the aviation industry needs by providing efficient, accessible, and luxurious travel experiences,” said Joseph, in a release. “In a static industry with few significant changes over the past 60 years, it takes a team ahead of the game to change the status quo.”

The beauty of the service is the convenience factor of course, but to also enjoy the comfort of luxurious leather seats and champagne during the flight? Yes, please. JetGet sure knows how to travel fabulously!

Seats start at $499 or $3,000 for a subscription of unlimited weekend flights a month per traveler. Book now on and stay posted on JetGet’s latest destination spots by following them on TwitterInstagram, and Facebook.

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