JetSmarter is set to connect travellers to its service via their smartphones, after the company launched its JetShuttle service in the Middle East.
Users will have the opportunity to reserve seats on direct, scheduled flights six days a week between Dubai, Riyadh, Kuwait and Jeddah on Embraer Legacy 600 aircrafts. This will shave off valuable time otherwise spent spent at airports, as well as alleviating travel time, a company statement claimed.
Each JetShuttle flight can accommodate up to 13 passengers.
Travellers will be offered services including assistance from the JetSmarter Member Experience Team at each point of transfer, as well as catering services before take-off and in-flight.
“JetSmarter believes in creating a premium flight experience for our user-base, and with the launch of the JetShuttle in the Middle East, we are lessening the hassle of having to fly commercial, and continuing to maximise the convenience of private air transportation,” said JetSmarter founder and CEO Sergey Petrossov. “When flying our JetShuttles, users will not only benefit from a high-quality flight experience, but will also have access to world-class amenities, lounges and private terminals.”
Following the announcement of JetSmarter’s Series B funding earlier this year, the company has announced its multiphase expansion plans throughout 2016, which include expanded JetShuttle and flight offerings throughout the world.