BlackJet: Fly private for less2013-02-01
A company called BlackJet is looking to bring private aviation — normally reserved for the ultra-wealthy — to the masses. At Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, BlackJet CEO Dean Rotchin spoke with CNNMoney aboard a private jet known as the Challenger 300. It seats eight passengers and would normally cost upwards of $20,000 for a coast-to-coast flight. Using BlackJet, a customer can book a seat on the plane for $3,500. It’s not cheap, but it’s far less than the going price for the whole plane.