The TSA alone is enough of a reason to avoid commercial flight like the plague, but Jumpjet CEO Will Ashcroft provided a laundry list of reasons why first class business and leisure travelers will leap at the chance to take up private jet travel during a big meeting at the Bang & Olufsen in Chicago. Set to start in December, the program will carry passengers from 40 cities and to 750 destinations.
Jumpjet CEO Will Ashcroft gathered some of Chicago’s Private Jet lovers into Bang & Olufsen to announce the company’s latest venture, and it was big. Ashcroft, who’s also a pilot, unveiled Jumpjet’s Luxury Travel Club. It’s a membership program that has four different packages at different price points that depends on how often you decide on flying. The program starts in December and allows members to fly from 40 U.S. cities to more than 750 locations.
Ashcroft also gave his opinion on the state of commercial flying while touting the convenience of Jumpjet’s new program saying, “The state of the first class flying experience today is just atrocious; we’re offering a proactive alternative that offers business and leisure travelers an extraordinary gain in their time, as well as a much more relaxing and luxurious traveling experience at a value proposition that just can’t be ignored.