JetSmarter expands booking functions on website

posted on 7th September 2018 by Omar
JetSmarter expands booking functions on website

JetSmarter, the world’s largest private aviation community, announces the launch of its new website and desktop booking capabilities, now available for the first time since the company’s launch in 2013.

For travelers looking for more flexibility when it comes to searching and booking private jet flights, now – in addition to the capabilities already available via the app – users can create a profile directly on JetSmarter’s homepage and search for flight options instantly.

The website’s new sleek design provides a complete outline of how to book travel with JetSmarter. Specifically, the Experience page showcases to first-time fliers what it’s like to fly with JetSmarter from start to finish, leading to the new Booking page, which encourages users to find seats on scheduled flights, or create their own flight from start to finish.

 Travelers can create a flight by choosing the origin, date, time of departure and exact aircraft.  Additionally, users can book seats as a member or register to receive special offers on future flights.  

Travelers who become members can also take advantage of JetSmarter’s 24/7 Concierge service to experience luxury perks, such as VIP access to events of their choice, exclusive discounts to five-star resorts, priority reservations at world-renown restaurants, and more.

“As we continue to grow as a brand, our goal is to create strategic, user-friendly offerings to make travel as seamless as possible for our community,” said Sergey Petrossov, Founder and CEO of JetSmarter.

“Mobile bookings are ideal for our users because it stands with our motto of making travel easy and fun – as it should be.  Through our new website booking option, we’re able to provide our users with the perfect balance of choice and flexibility for booking travel.  

As our business model grows, we will continue to evolve our methods by listening to the needs of the JetSmarter community.”