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V1 Private Jets Take Flight

Posted: Jan. 17th, 2007  |  By JustLuxe TeamThe Affluent Lifestyle Guide
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Private Jet Charters: One of the main reasons V1 Private Jets began was to address the frustrations experienced by its founders when using private-chartering services. Basically, they listed out their frustrations with the industry and then made every effort to resolve those issues, providing solutions that would distinguish V1 Private Jets from competitors. This is the genesis of the V1 Jetcard program. Since membership is not required to use V1 Private Jets, it is the perfect opportunity to "test drive" the Jetcard before deciding.

V1 can book a flight on any size plane with just a five-hour advance notification. Unlike fractional ownership programs where availability of the plane is a potential obstacle to booking flight plans, V1 has a network of over 1,000 private-chartering companies to bid on flight requests. All planes used are maintained and operated in accordance with Part 135 of the FAA's regulations, which is the strictest standard of safety for private aircrafts. One-way rates are true and not inflated with empty-leg fees, and there is no forfeiture on customers' original deposit for the Jetcard program. All unused portions of the original deposit are 100-percent refundable.

Commercial airlines have access to approximately 550 airports in the U.S., whereas, based upon the size of the aircraft, V1 Private Jets has up to 5,000 airports. From large to medium to light to turboprop, V1 has access to any size plane from Lear jets to Citations. Special requests can also be accommodated. The firm's complete concierge services handle every detail with utmost efficiency whether it is business or personal. A limousine is always gassed up and ready to service clients.

For LxM James Rothaar
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