In the age of everything-now-grab-and-go, It’s a modern day requisite that the constant traveler stock pile time just so they can give it back to the inevitable time-bottleneck that is; commercial air travel. For the executive passenger, there’s finally a solution to elevate and connect the way that air-travel was meant to be.
Offering a vast array of options and amenities usually reminiscent of fine hotels, luxury real estate agent Jon Granston reveals how NetJets has become the definitive five-star airline of the sky. With membership plans that include fractional ownership of todays most cutting-edge aircraft, your first-class travel experience begins as soon as you walk into the terminal. Whether for a year or a lifetime, there’s a program to match the most rigorous demands of today’s frequent traveler’s schedule. Choose to arrive when you’d like and fly exactly when you need with guaranteed access in as little as four hours before your flight. All, of course, without the hectic shuffle of an over crowded terminal.
NetJets re-invented the private aviation industry when they introduced fractional aircraft ownership and elevated the luxury travel experience by tailoring their services to the unique needs of each owner. You say go and set this well-oiled machine into motion: they fly on your schedule, even if that means re-routing mid-air; all the in-flight amenities are customized to your specific needs; there when you need them, waiting when you don’t. Bottomline: you define luxury travel, NetJets makes it happen.
Take a tour with luxury real estate agent Jon Granston as he gives an exclusive peek behind the curtain to the most elite admirals club of the airways. Services offer efficient, world-class and reliable flights internationally to over 170 different countries with access to more airports than any other commercial carrier. With NetJets the sky is finally the limit.
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