Flying private is cheaper than you think —
here are 6 airlines to consider for your next flight
It is entirely possible to fly private or semi-private. In some cases, it can even be cheaper than flying economy and removes the long waits and crowded lines associated with busy airports. And with boarding taking place in private hangars and planes allowing a much lower passenger count, private jets lend more naturally to social distancing.
Considering that June had more private flights in the U.S. than any month since October 2007, and after my own positive experiences flying semi-private, I rounded up some of the best carriers, from chartering your own flight to booking a publicly available seat on a semi-private jet flight. The best part? They offer prices that the average person can afford.
Here are the best private jet companies with affordable prices.
- Best overall: JSX
- Best for design enthusiasts: Aero
- Best value: Set Jet
- Best for luxury: Wheels Up
- Best subscription service: SurfAir
- Best for a wide range of aircrafts: Blade