The first and only time I’ve ever set foot on a private jet was a few years ago at a regional airport in New Jersey – when the plane was still in the hangar. You see, a friend of mine worked as a private flight attendant for the CEO of a major electronics company and she was prepping for a flight to Europe. She let me come on board to see what it was all about. A few months back, Kate of TripLogic wrote a post that mentioned Jumpjet, a private jet membership, and it reminded me of that day in NJ when I got to see how the rich and famous fly.
Let the dreaming begin… GO!
Anyone who flies a lot on commercial airlines dreams of having their own private jet. From top-notch menus and service to no waiting around at the airport to tons of leg room and more, flying on a private jet seems like the ultimate luxury. Although I never left the ground that day in NJ, I saw enough to get the gist of the whole experience. And it was a good one!
What’s a private jet membership?
So back to Kate’s post. I think I fell in love with Jumpjet after seeing what they are all about. It’s a private jet membership where you can fly like the rich and famous (but not nearly as costly as owning your own jet) and a company I would throw money at if I had enough to actually afford their service. Imagine “flying private for the price of first.” Starting at about $2,000/month, you too can fly in style. The fee includes a set number of trips per month depending on your needs. Ahh, the dream of no airport check-in lines and not being ushered onto a plane like cattle. It really is a dream. Imagine heading out just before departure time to board one of these luxury aircrafts. It’s a vacation in and of itself.
Top reasons why I’d sell a kidney for a private jet membership:
- That snoring guy that sleeps and drools on your shoulder would not be on board.
- The TSA wouldn’t fondle you.
- No hours of waiting at the airport. You arrive just before the flight departs.
- You’d be able to stretch my legs.
- The food is actually quite appetizing.
- Clients get to bring a free guest!
- Because Dagny would not have to stay shoved under a seat for the duration of the flight.
- Because everyone should get to fly in a private jet at least once in their lives.
- Did you see the planes?
DID YOU SEE THE PLANES?
What do you think of a private jet membership? Have you ever flown on a private jet?
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A kidney sounds like a fair price. Fun article!
We don’t need two to live, right? 😉 Glad u liked it
Dena Barrie says
Perfect timing…heading to the US from Germany soon and I think that I would much prefer flying like this!
I’m 100% w/you there! Even without a flight attendant or any food, just the seats would sell me!