By Vanita Salisbury, nypost.com
For her recent birthday celebration, model Sofia Richie flew to Cabo San Lucas on a private jet with her nearest and dearest. “22 feels good,” she captioned a photo of the group in front of the 15-seater.
Used to be, if you wanted to join the jet set, you had to be rich, famous or beautiful. But ever since the pandemic, this rarified world is appealing to a broader swath of people.
“Folks who were flying first class or business class didn’t really have a need” for private jet travel, said Anthony Tivnan, president of the Boston-based Magellan Jets, which offers charters, jet membership and jet card ownership programs. “But with COVID, the narrative has changed.”