Each week, private jet charter flight companies are making headlines in the news.
Recently, news stories have focused on private air charter agencies' involvement in important private aviation issues such as rising fuel costs, commercial versus private travel, political and executive private charter use, and the role of private planes during a natural disaster, but the list of story ideas are seemingly endless. Private air charter specialists' emerging role as leaders in the private aviation industry has made them the "go-to source" for media publications.
If you're a reporter or journalist with a question about private jet charter agencies, business aircraft or industry trends and changes, V1 Private Jet Charters Inc. is able to provide you with the information you need. Our expert private charter agents can provide you with enough background information to help you write an informative piece, and our CEO has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and CNBC in the past. We believe it is our responsibility to keep the public informed on developments that could possibly affect the private air travel industry, and we encourage reporting on aviation news. For all media inquiries please send a detailed email email@example.com. or Contact us at 1-877-469-5387. We'll respond to qualified inquiries in 48 hours or less.
About V1 Private Jet Charters:
V1 Private Jet Charters is a leading private jet charter brokerage agency, specializing in on-demand private jet charter. Our charter agency arranges private jet flights for hundreds of long-term, repeat clients worldwide. We pride ourselves on our strong commitment to excellence and our ability to meet our clients' specific private jet travel needs. V1 Private Jets charter flight coordinators are among the most knowledgeable in the private jet charter industry.
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With their growing fleets of yachts, jets and cars, and their sprawling estates, today's outsized wealthy have also become outsized polluters. There are now 10,000 private jets swarming American skies, all burning more than 15 times as much fuel per passenger as commercial planes.
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"Oh my god, I'm excited!" Adriana tells ET. "For the first time I get to fly the V1 Jets Seaplane in New York and I'm going to Long Island -- I will be signing autographs."