Private Jet company is offering flights for only $4 this July 4th


Charter company JetSuite is posting its $4 “SuiteDeals” on Friday, July 3, for travel the next day.

The company is not releasing the destinations or times of the flights before then: Hopeful travelers have to sign up for an email list to receive a notification if JetSuite will be chartering a flight to their desired city.

The company charters four- and six-seater planes, so anyone who manages to snag one of the seriously cheap fares can take their friends along. It’s important to note the flights are only one-way, so return travel is likely to be much more expensive than $4. Regularly priced one-way flights with JetSuite start at $536.

JetSuite, one of a few charter companies trying to the Uber of private jets, ran a similar promotion last year.

This private jet company is offering flights for only $4 this July 4th.

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Posted on June 27, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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