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Summer in Style: Top Destinations in Europe Are Now Serviced by Scheduled Business Jet Flights

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Krista Kuznecova
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JetClass Celebrates Its First Birthday

Weekend flights inside Europe are about to become even more attractive – JetClass, a tech enabled airline service, offering seats on business jets, introduces ten new flights connecting the hottest summer destinations to commemorate 1 year anniversary and bring some extra flair into the weekend getaways.

The new schedule launches on July 7th and will be effective till September 30th. In addition to the current existing routes connecting various business hubs of Europe, JetClass passengers will now be able to step out of the jets in Nice (France), Olbia (Italy), and Palma de Mallorca (Spain).

On Saturdays JetClass will operate between Zurich and Nice, Nice and Olbia, and Nice and Palma de Mallorca. Connections offered on Sundays will be between Nice and Olbia, and Nice and Palma de Mallorca. Timetables and tickets for the flights can be found on all major travel agencies, online metasearch websites and the homepage of JetClass.

“Summer destinations bring excitement to every party involved, not only the passengers, - comments Wagas Ali, the CEO and co-founder of JetClass. “Seeing Nice-Olbia-Nice again on our schedule is a proud moment – this route was the starting point of our journey and the fact that it has come a full circle gives us an opportunity to reflect on how far we have come and how much of work is still ahead of us.

The first years of any project, especially of something as ambitious as JetClass, are very demanding, often with the successes appearing too insignificant in comparison to the efforts put in. However, these first years also tend to be the most important in shaping the service and the team behind it. I could not have wished for a better road to lead us to our first birthday.”

About JetClass

Technology entrepreneur, Wagas Ali, and business aviation guru, Vladislav Zenov, founded JetClass with the mission of merging business and commercial aviation. JetClass was launched to meet a need prompted by the increasing costs, decreasing quality and often low availability of business class flights, particularly short-haul flights around Europe.

JetClass is the first airline service to utilise artificial intelligence to determine its flight routes – analysing demand for each route against existing flight options in order to determine which flight itineraries will be offered as part of a dynamic schedule. Using this innovative in-house developed system allows JetClass to optimise each jet’s scheduling to reduce costs, thus providing a superior service for an affordable price.



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