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JetSuite Lowers Key Market Fares

New Pricing Along Popular Routes Including Teterboro - West Palm Beach & Chicago - Houston

IRVINE, Calif., Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- JetSuite, the nation's fastest growing private jet charter company, has lowered fares in several of its key markets, further reflecting its commitment to bring accessibility and transparency to private jet travel.

This new all-in pricing is based on JetSuite's $400K SuiteKey membership, and includes taxes and fees. Examples include:

Within the eastern U.S.
Washington DC (IAD) – Teterboro (TEB): $3,699
Nantucket (ACK) – White Plains (HPN): $3,899
West Palm Beach (PBI) – Teterboro (TEB): $9,999

Texas to/from the eastern U.S.
Dallas (DAL) – West Palm Beach (PBI): $12,999
Austin (AUS) – Teterboro (TEB): $15,999

Houston (HOU) to/from
Dallas (DAL): $4,920
Midland (MAF): $7,930
Chicago (MDW): $13,006

Chicago (MDW) to/from
Dallas (DAL): $11,475
Aspen (ASE): $17,842

The drop in fares reinforces JetSuite's new brand campaign, "Smart Money Flies JetSuite," which further proves that JetSuite is the only company in the industry to offer completely transparent pricing. The website features an ongoing "ticker" of dollars saved by private jet flyers switching to JetSuite, as well as a competitive comparison of six popular private jet routes, evaluating all-in trip costs, not just "hourly rates," of the JetSuite Edition CJ3, JetSuite Phenom 100, Flight Options Phenom 300, NetJets Phenom 300, and Marquis Citation Encore 25-Hour Jet Card.

For more information, visit www.jetsuite.com.

About JetSuite

JetSuite's vision to provide the freedom and exhilaration of private air travel to more people than ever is realized through transparent pricing, efficient operations, acute attention to detail, acclaimed customer service, and industry-leading safety practices. Offering a WiFi-equipped fleet of Phenom 100s and JetSuite Edition CJ3s, the company continues to redefine private aviation.  Under the leadership of CEO Alex Wilcox, a JetBlue founding executive, JetSuite is rated Platinum by ARG/US, the highest possible safety rating in the private jet industry.  In addition, the FAA's 2012 & 2013 Diamond Award of Excellence, NATA's 2012 & 2013 Five Star Award and NBAA's 2013 Flying Safety Award were bestowed upon JetSuite for the achievements of the company's highly regarded teams of pilots and maintenance technicians.

Media Contact: Elizabeth Bishop
(917) 612-1120
[email protected]

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