Always dreamed of flying in a private airplane? Usually that means calling a broker – and if you don’t have one on speed dial it can be an intimidating business. You might have to spend thousands on a membership to even get a quote, for starters. You might not know how much you’re splurging, either – private airplane operators can bill clients after the journey if extra fuel was consumed, for example.온라인슬롯
But now, the Uber of private aviation has arrived. Kinect Air aims to make the skies friendlier to regular people dipping their toe into the world of private planes. On the website, which was founded in 2019 for private air travel in the Pacific Northwest, you could already book a regular on-demand flight. But from December 2023 you can snap up a private aircraft bargain by booking an “empty leg” repositioning flight – all over the US.안전공원
And by bargain, they really do mean a (relative) bargain. The site offers quick hops starting at around $111 per person.
“We want to change the way people think about short flights,” says co-CEO Katie Buss, a former pilot in the US military.
“People think it’s only for the Bill Gates and Elon Musks of the world. It’s by no means cheap, but it’s more accessible than most people think. Instead of just going to Delta, we want people to see what flying private would be like … It’s a totally different way of travel.”안전놀이터